Tuesday, May 18, 2010

updates and more..

I really need to make time to blog more, I miss it!!  I realized today I never posted the Mother's Day gift I was working on during jury duty.. I really thought I did!!

As you can see I have yet to "finish" it-hopefully soon.. (pattern for this is available free at http://www.cross-stitching.com/.)
I worked a bit on my border for "Little Christmas" tonight-here is how that is coming along-

I almost forgot about the TUSAL! So here is that as well. :)

I didn't realize when I took that picture it was so crooked! lol 
I am still plugging away on the E of Stitcher's Alphabet and my S&S Sampler- I will post updates on those later this week. :)
I never finished my picture tour from when Mom and Dad were here- let's see what I haven't shown you yet. :)
Here's one of little man at the beach..

Here's my mom and David, and some people in period costumes at Fort Macon.

I took this one inside the fort-it was really cool. On the outside were all these doors that looked like separate rooms, then when you go into them, there is this hallway that connects them all in the back of each room. Looking down the hall makes for a neat picture. :)

The view from the top of the fort, which by the way is a bit nerve-wracking to walk on,esp. with kids, as there is not railing to keep you from falling down into the center of the fort!

My little ham, I mean man, again. :)

The sunset on the way home- I couldn't get a very good shot unfortunately!
I think that's about it for now.. I will try to be better about posting more often! :)


anne-isis said...

i like your cross-stitch

where is fort Macon ?

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Lovely M's Day finish and great start you got going, too! Fun pictures at the Fort - your little guy is a cutie!

Margaret said...

Love the progress on your two pieces! The pics from the fort are fun too!

Gillie said...

This Brit had to google Fort Macon then realised why it was built - to keep out my countrymen! Lovely trip you had and looks like the little ham (whoops, man!)enjoyed it too!

Carolyn NC said...

Great pictures! Lovely stitching!

Raven/Missy said...

Your stitching looks fantastic. I love the pictures of your visit to Ft. Macon, it looks like you had a great day!

Elaine said...

Lovely stitching and great photos!

Anonymous said...

Lovely pictures and great stitching.


g-girl said...

i think the shot of the sunset you got was pretty good! :) the mother's day gift you were working on is pretty!

Two more great books!

No new stitching progress as these two books have had me wrapped up- two more that I did not want to put down! Received this from NetGall...