Wow, Barbara got busy today on my Neighborhood RR - that lady doesn't waste any time :-) I love her start! She is also telling me she is nervous - hope she relaxes, I know I will love whatever she adds, and I already love this Elizabeth's Designs start! Thanks B! I was also thrilled today to receive Veronica's RR. Now I can begin to start thinking of a fun addition to her RR too - hers is very, very delicate. I spent 90 minutes tonight looking at charts and beginning to formulate some ideas for her.
So... with the SAL project completed during the daytime today, I had no excuse not to go right back to work on MTM again tonight... And am getting closer to the corner now :-) Wow, my WIPS folder for this project on my computer is getting huge now - almost as big as last year's garden file already LOL!
And, it was New DVD Release Tuesday - got a creepy one, The Hills Have Eyes - LOL, wanna come over this weekend and watch with me??
OK, so now that I am 40+, my metabolism and I are at constant battle... today I received my order from Amazon which contains Ultrametabolism - I have been on a low and/or controlled carb diet for over four years now. The write ups I have read on this book have pointed me this way - a possible good adjunct to my existing controlled diet... and I loved this author's previous book, Ultraprevention. I am pretty excited about this - I just have to find time to read it now. In the order, was a cool cross stitch book too - one with the gorgeous Double Band Sampler in it: Olwyn's Treasured Samplers - Karen saw the Double Band Sampler (partially pictured on the cover) done up at a needlework show in Australia a few months back and simply raved about it - she put a pic of that work somewhere in her blog... I was very excited to get the book!! There are not many double band samplers in existence, so it's uniqueness is very appealing.
Stitched on today: Garden Spot Sampler (yay, finished!) and Medieval Town Mandala