Do you remember this? Well, I have fallen out of love with it and I don't want to have it laying about when someone else could do something with it so I'm giving it away. If you would like to enter the draw to win it please add a comment on my blog.
The Christmas tree and robins are fused onto the backing fabric and I've started blanket stitching round them but I've hardly started. It measures something like 20x24 and was intended to be a wall hanging.
The closing date for the draw is DD's birthday on 11th December!
Because I've been away for a while I can't help showing you Meg and Molly. Meg loves being curled up on our bed either with me in the bed or not, she's not that bothered.
She tolerated the fashion show quite well and thought it was a great game.
Molly also likes our bed but not usually when Meg is on it although she will come on the bed at the same time as Meg if I'm there as well.
I've been here twice in the last month. This is the Lake District, in particular Derwentwater. I went up at the beginning of October for a work colleague's wedding and some walking with the Oh! Bearded One and a Scouting friend. Then we went up last weekend and stayed in a hotel in Little Langdale with a group of friends that we've known over 25 years. Last weekend was wet in the Lake District but not as wet as later in the week. There have been the most awful floods and a policeman lost his life.
The Oh! Bearded One is going up there again, to Grange over Sands, for work and he isn't sure until he gets there how the flooding will be.
I know it is very late but Happy Halloween! This was DD's work and we had a lovely pumpkin risotto cooked by The Oh! Bearded One.
5th November saw DD graduate from the University of Chester with a Diploma in Nursing. Here she is with Gromit, her fiancee. He was home from Germany on sick leave. He is awaiting an operation on his shoulder that keeps dislocating. The operation is set for 9th December.
The graduation ceremony was held in Chester Cathedral. The owner of Knowsley safari park, the Earl of Derby, was also awarded a honary degree at the same ceremony.
Here she is again with her "olds".
This is a small section of a knitted something that has been given away.
All will be revealed after Christmas.
I've got to take some photos of some other things to show so watch this space.
I had a not so nice week at work last week and I have been so tired, I hope this coming week will be much better. I hate feeling so tired and not having any energy, its so frustrating.