So you have a little project that you pulled out when you last blogged.
When you arrive home from work, where you find that your desk exploded during your absence, you may be too tired (or lazy) to drag the big frame stand over to work on what you'd planned to do.
So you pick up that same little project you pulled out when you last blogged.
When you're too tired (or lazy) to stitch more than an hour or so after work, it's nice to have a small project that at least looks as if you're getting something done.
So you continue to stab at that little project every night.
And when you were too tired (or lazy) to take the big bag of fiberfill upstairs after the last time you needed fiberfill before you went on vacation, you might get that little project completely stitched and finish-finished.
Spring Showers Sampler Accent
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I was so excited to get this finished. I actually pulled another project out of one of the vacation tote bags and worked on it last night. I haven't unpacked any of the vacation tote bags, but I did pull something out.
Four Silver Needles
My plan is to work on this today, in between doing the usual laundry/housework/week-end cooking. There is a big pot of vegetable beef soup simmering on the stove as we speak, since we are predicted to get a whopping inch or less of snow overnight. Given that the last big snow event that was predicted turned into a No-Show-Snow, I'm not expecting anything more than rain--but it will be nice to have soup anyway. This winter has been so mild, this is the first time I've made this particular recipe.
There is an ulterior motive. This pot of soup will provide a few meals next week, so I'll have more time to stitch.