I put a few stitches in "Merry Skater", but not enough to post a new photograph. I did a little browsing on the net and found a little Autumn freebie (with 7 pumpkins!) which I look forward to starting later this week with Lizzie Kate's Sampling Thanksgiving.
I have been checking some of my favorite blogs using Google Reader. I like using GR because I can view more posts in less time, but I find that I leave fewer comments. Is it the same for you?
As promised, here is the design information for my mystery stitch . . .
"Woodland Snowfall" by Little House Needleworks from JCS 2004 Special Christmas Issue
I will put a few more stitches in my Fleur de Lis during tonight's Saints vs. 49ers game. I should be a good game, funny how a Super Bowl win (and mothering a budding sports fan) can cause you to develop a greater interest in football.
September is EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Month
Tip #7: Another watertight storage solution - 5 gallon paint buckets with lids. They are inexpensive, easy to store and when filled they are easy to carry and small enough to put on a top shelf, in the attic or in the car.
Tip #6: Keep an ax in the attic..
Tip #5: Fill up your bathtub(s) with water.
Tip #4: Planning ahead for evacuation with children and pets.
Tip #3: Have a plan
Tip #2: Update your address book.
Tip #1: Use your dishwasher for watertight storage.