the little prince

the little prince

Sunday, December 21, 2008

december 21




We have been in the deep freeze around here since last Sunday and I am really done in by it all! Coming from upstate New York, I should be used to this...but we haven't seen snow like this in Portland in years and I just don't like it! I can't drive in it so I've been back to commuting on bus and train...which is fine...except that I have to be up at 3 am to make the train and by the time I get home at 5 or so I am truly tired! I haven't even had any energy to stitch all week. My daughter is supposed to be flying in from Boston on Christmas night and I just hope it clears enough by then so that she can get in safely.
So enough whining! I did finally manage to stitch up my second ornament for Vonna's seasonal challenge last night. Here are the two ornies I stitched for the challenge. The little reindeer is a freebie from Sharon at Daffycat Designs. And the other is a design from Stacy Nash Primitives..."Silent Holy Night".
I also pulled out "Three Things" this afternoon and am going to see how much I can get done on this one before the end of the year.
The other photo is a picture of the little gifts I opened this week from the CCS group Advent exchange.
Hope everyone is staying warm!

6 comments:

  1. Very nice ornaments, Lynda.
    I will pull out my Three Things, too and try to get it finished in 2009 - if there aren't too many other things that cath my eye.
    This advent exchange seems to be a lot of fun.

    I hope that the weather conditions will improve for you.

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  2. Lovely, your work!!
    Stoped by to wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2009, full of beatiful works!

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  3. Yay! I'm glad you liked my reindeer, this design has been popular!

    Lovely stitching and sweet Advent gifts!

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  4. Beautiful ornaments! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  5. Hi. I can totally agree with you about the stressful weather. It has been brutal here in Illinois for a week or more, with more on the way!

    Lovely stitching.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  6. Love the ornaments, Lynda. I look forward to see the progress on Three Things - great design!
    Merry Christmas!

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