I brought Houses of Hawk Run Hollow back out today. Now that I do not have those huge Chatelaine commitments this year, I am hoping to finally get this done. I am too ashamed to say when I started this project, but long term blog readers know! And, now that Becky is back to stitching and blogging, she is also interested in getting back on with this again with me - we had a loose SAL of this last year, which did not get very far on either of our parts. I think we are both much more committed (and freer) this year.
We had freezing rain all day, and now it is sheets of ice outside. I think I might have my first "bad weather" day tomorrow and stay home and relax. We'll see in the morning.... It is hard to imagine it was almost 70 in the D.C. area today, which is not so very far from here. But a cold front from Canada has reached us. I hope after this event the drier weather pattern will at least return. In the meantime, I will take it easy and relax with my stitching - can't really complain about that!
Many have asked how the kitties are doing - thanks :-) Angus is about due for a check up to see if he can have his stitches removed. And maybe his e-collar soon too. I think he is quite depressed with that thing on. He hasn't been able to bathe himself since he went into the hospital back on December 19th. He vomited his food up yesterday, and may have this morning as well (although I think that was Anouk with a hair ball). Gig seems to be well on the mend, although he really fights us with taking his antibiotic!
Stitched on today: Finished a gift, and Houses of Hawk Run Hollow