Sunday, June 5, 2011

New Lizzie Kate Blog

I am sure all you Lizzie Kate fans know this but she has a new blog. LinkIt is very fun and interesting, including a post about how a pattern goes from design to finished product.
Speaking of Lizzie Kate, you may have been following (a very long time ago) my posts on my thoughts as I stitched The ABC's of Aging Artfully. Well, I am on the letter "P" which stands for Procrastinate. This is something I am very good at as is seen in the fact I haven't stitched on it in FOREVER!
Since the summer heat and drought are here in full force in Texas, I am hoping I can find time to sit my rearend down in my chair under the A/C and stitch and show all of you my progress.
It is so hot here. I mean really, this is the first of June and we have had several days all ready at 100 degrees or more. And no rain, no rain clouds, no cool anything except the Sonic ice tea with lime I have found to be a necessity to get through it all.
I hope most of you are finding better, cooler temperatures where you are and have been stitching up a storm. I miss reading your comments. I do read most of your blogs and even though I may not have commented, I still enjoy keeping up with all of my cyber friends.
Speaking of cyber friends, most of you remember Rene. I have missed her so much this past week. Not sure why, but she has been missed. I know some of you are feeling the same way.
Here is to no frogs heading your way, lots of ice tea and a whole lot of stitching!


mdgtjulie said...

Thanks for the blog link Donna. I like to follow my stitchy friends too. As for the heat, it's been mid nineties for the last few days here. Not AS hot as in Texas, but still hot enough to mess up my asthma. I've been going out long enough to water and run necessary errands, and that's it!!! I hope it cools down there soon!! Good luck with the stitchy time. I just spend a little over an hour stitching, and I really enjoyed it!!

Meari said...

It's been hot here, too. In the 90's with high humidity. Today, the heat index is supposed to be 100F. Yuck. I'm glad the office has AC, lol. I miss my CA at home, but do have a small window unit that offers some relief.

Looking forward to seeing your stitchy progress.