Sunday, March 12, 2006

Medieval Town Mandala

Oh boy, is this a bad picture - so sorry! It is just too late right now to take a new one... I will make sure tomorrow's update shows a better picture... Anyhow, managed to start Part 6 tonight!

Not much else today - we took Erin home, Ryan Newman came in last in the race today, and Mike is heading off to the funeral in the morning - he has been asked to be a pall bearer... And, back to work tomorrow for me!

Happy 5th Birthday to my Angus!! Here is one of his baby pictures - shaved, as always! He has the worst fur :-( The ones I took today of him came out terrible - I need lessons on using my new camera!!

Stitched on today: Medieval Town Mandala

10 comments:

Crazy X-Stitcher Etc said...

Why is he shaved? How did you name your cats....after someone?

Any picture of all the cats together?

Barbara said...

Happy birthday, Angus!

Bine said...

Happy Birthday to your Angus :-)
You did a great start on part 6 WOW!

Dawn said...

Happy Birthday Angus! :)

Jenna said...

I'll be thinking of Mike today. It's a rough time for him.

Angus is really cute! I can only imagine how difficult it is with those long, luxurious coats. They must require a lot of grooming?

MTM is looking good!

Judith said...

Carol, it looks like you are using a wrong color in MTM. I don;t know if you work from the color chart or the b and W as I know some look the same in the colorchart. I heard there are some problems, read it on ezboard

Kim said...

Congrats on finishing the Gardener's cottage, it turned out great! Your medieval town progress looks fantastic!

I also loved seeing your answer to the coffee challenge. I was the one that started that off and my oh my you are one serious coffee drinker. LOL

Happy Birthday to your kitty! :D

zoeandcooper said...

Congrats on your start on part 6...it looks great. I really like the scrollwork on the fence. I don't think I have seen it up close before.

Happy birthday, Angus!!

Von said...

Fabulous stitching, as always. :)
Keep using that camera and you'll figure it all out! I didn't think your pics were that bad. :D

Stitchie Kiwi said...

Your cottage came out great! I love that neighbourhood RR idea - I've seen a few while I've been browsing and they all look fabulous - can't wait to see the progress on your groups' :)

MTM is looking great too.

((hug)) to Mike, funerals are hard.