After lunch I settled in on the front verandah to work on a stitchery I'm doing for Helen. Helen is sending more Wyandotte eggs and our barter is eggs for a live simply stitchery - the same as the one pictured on my blog. So I found my trusty soft pencil, drew the pattern on some fine handkerchief linen and started work. It's a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon. The rain gently falling, a cup of hot tea, the dogs watching to see if there was any cake, and me, stitching away on the linen.
I am always impressed by the patience of Airedale Terriers who wait in hope of some sweet food. They don't jump all over you, they just stare, and to illustrate this point, here is Alice staring at me yesterday. There was no cake or biscuits yesterday, just a cup of tea, but as she knows we often have something with our tea, she sat there, staring.
Sharon is currently working on the mammoth task of pairing up swap partners. Almost 120 swappers signed up so it's taking a little longer than normal. The list will be up soon, either later today or tomorrow.
I hope you had a lovely weekend doing what you love. Thank you for stopping by today and for all the wonderful comments this past week.