Friday, February 22, 2008

Anoth New Start and I've been tagged


I had to lay down the Owl as this square is actually due 2 weeks before the Owl besides I needed a break from the Owl. Maybe you can tell, this is another Endangered Young'uns, this is The Lion. It's going pretty good and I love doing it. It really is a nice break from The Owl. I have 2 more Endangered Young'uns to do maybe 3 or 4 more, depending on if we go with Noah's Ark theme for the quilt we are doing at Every Stitch Counts for Love Quilts. More on that when the time comes.
I got tagged by Teresa to say 7 wierd things about myself. So here it goes:
1) The older I get the pickier I am about food.
2) The older I get the more fearful I am of stupid things like crossing a busy highway even at the light, or getting on an elevator.
3) I do not drive.
4) I do not like Ice Cream
5) I do not like Steak
6) I love seeing the icicles melt away from the roof and deck.
7) I get excited to see the sun rise earlier each morning and go down later each night.

Well that's my seven things, I am certifiable I know. I'm not going to tag anyone but if you want to do your own list go ahead.

Well, until next time Happy Stitching!

Okay so #7

6 comments:

Teresa said...

I really enjoy seeing your stitching. I also learned a lot about you, thanks for playing along.

Barbara said...

How interesting - I was just talking to my mom this week about #2. I don't like driving on the freeways or after dark, for example. They make me irrationally anxious. Weird, huh? Glad I'm not the only one!

Lana said...

your progress looks great! I love the endangered younguns. I have wanted to make some of them up and make them into a quilt. YOur progress ont he caretaker is stunning!!! and i love all your other finishes as well! Happy stitching!

stitcherw said...

Nice start, this series has so many cute animals. As to your comment on the sun up and sun down timing, I totally agree, the more sun (and the longer it's daylight) the better I like it.
Sue

Johanna said...

This, and your owl are going to be lovely, and I will enjoy seeing your progress and finishes. Keep up the good work!

Mary said...

Your little animals are lovely. I like to read your blog and see your new work. I just have one question...how do you keep your piece so organized...do you only do a row at a time or one color? I find it difficult to keep track of stitches on a big piece...I cross out the stitches I've done, but I'm really interested in how you proceed on each piece. Thank you, and keep up the beautiful stitching. Mary