Still working on it. Making slow but steady progress.
It looks so nice now that it’s finished. I’m kinda proud of myself, this is the second stitching project I’ve started and finished without losing interest in it. I’m currently working on the bigger piece and it’s losing it’s appeal. Oh well, I have plenty of time to finish them.
I’m almost done! I just need to give it a push and maybe I’ll finish it this evening.
I finished my exams and I’ve passed them all. Technically, that means I’ve finished university, but I still have 2 exams that I didn’t pass (from previous years) and one big exam that I will have in February next year.
I guess I should be proud of myself. I actually was happy when I saw the results. But, we got some bad news and I’m once again in a bad place. I am not superstitious, but I’m really starting to think nothing good will happen this year. We’ve had so many bad things happen, one after another, that it’s really hard to keep a positive attitude.
So, I’ve wasted my free time stitching. Nothing bad can happen if you do nothing productive.
I’ve started a smaller stitching project and in 3 days I’ve advanced a lot.
Today is a holiday and of course I’m not allowed to stitch. So here is how my two projects are standing:
At this rate I will finish the smaller project in a week or two. Hopefully, it will turn out OK. I’m having second doubts regarding the shade of the face.
It’s April and I’m happy!
I’m happy for no particular reason. OK, maybe my good mood was triggered by the lovely weather we are having, my stitching projects, the fact that I am on the morning shift at work (and I’ll be on it for the next 2 months as well!), and by many others.
Don’t worry, life is not that perfect for me and John but it certain has some good things in it.
This is my only free day for this week. I plan on taking advantage of it. Besides the cleaning, washing and even a little blogging I intend on stitching some more and just chill.
I finished my needlepoint poinsettia from Krif. I was really happy with this project because it was small and very easy to stitch. And, I made a resolution to myself to buy smaller projects that I can finish before I get bored of them.
I did a little shopping for more needlepoint projects, but I started a medium one. In fact, last week I had a stitch-a-ton. I am almost done with the black floss (which has become really boring) but I am happy of the way I advanced on it.
Oh well, I think I shall blog more next week. Until then I’m off into my stitching world. After all, we have to take advantage of the lovely sun.