There I was just sitting in the chair minding my own business stitching away on Christmas Tree (Primitive Hare) when a thought struck me. Needless to say it stopped my stitching for that day dead in its' tracks. What you wonder could have torn me away from my beloved stitching?! Well I was off to search for a project I started 6 or 7 years ago. (I would be embarrassed by that except I know we all have started and then stopped projects in our stash much older than this one.) This project is a piece by Isabelle Vautier when she was designing for Savoir-Faire Valley and I just adored it. I was stitching along quite nicely on this project and making great progress when I was suddenly struck with the thought that this design needed some type of division stitched between motifs as well as a border. I was not as adventurous with my stitching at that time so did not have a clue as to how I was going to change this design to my liking so I just quit stitching.
I think everyone is finally healthy in the house so we have been enjoying our days and nights much more. Bill and I rented a movie last night to watch after Keith went to bed. We watched Hope Springs with Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones and Steve Carrel. It was a wonderful movie and we both enjoyed it.
Last Saturday date night was cancelled as respite provider and Keith both sick. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed that tonight's date night won't be cancelled. I'm really looking forward to an evening out. We've not been out in so long there are tons of movies to chose from. Unfortunately, so many of them run 2 hr 30 minutes or better we will only be able to see one. Thank goodness we are scheduled for another date night next Saturday. Argo is out of the theaters now so will have to watch that one on DVD when it comes out.
Out and about early this morning so after a trip to the coffee shop to get vanilla chai teas we stopped at the DSM River to see how many Eagles were hanging out. I counted around 28 today and even saw a couple of them flying. I can't resist sharing this picture of my hubby watching the Eagles this morning.
Until next time....