First, here are my latest finishes.
1. Red House in Winter by LHN
2. Frosty Flakes by LHN. I got most of this finished on Sunday - the V8's were racing at Bathurst so watched that on TV all day, then it was the final of The Block on TV that night. Both had dramatic finishes. I grabbed some time last night while dinner was cooking and added the beads before I had to go out.
I'm still working on old wips. Next is another small LHN ornament - Pear Tree.
I'll have less stitching time for the rest of this month. I like to sit down and stitch for an hour at night when all my jobs are done, but DD has amateur theatre performances over the coming 2 weeks as well as sport and I will be out 5 nights a week with her for the next few weeks. DH is going to be in Vancouver next week so I need to be organized.
I was driving DD home from school last Thursday afternoon when we witnessed a car accident just in front of us. It was on a busy suburban street, lots of traffic going the same way as we were, but still moving close to the speed limit - 60km/h. A 4WD coming the other way swerved into our lane and hit a car head on, a third car couldn't stop and hit the second car from behind, then ended up on the footpath. We were 2 cars behind and I think I said a bad word as I was braking. All I can remember is seeing car parts flying in the air and a car shooting across the road. I was amazed there were only minor injuries. The driver of the middle car was fairly shaken up. The driver of the third car was a learner and did a fantastic job - he had some facial grazes from the airbag and his mum hurt her wrist. The second car would have been a write off and the third car had lots of damage to the front. Not an experience I'm in a hurry to repeat!
I'm enjoying the warmer weather here as we head into summer. It's still a bit cool some mornings and very dry. We could do with some rain, but not if is accompanied by violent storms like they just got down in NSW.
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Wishing you all flying needles and safe driving.
Until next time.