Thursday, April 03, 2008

A wee update

Do you mind seeing yet another picture of my Stitcher's Prayer? Stitching hours have turned into just a few minutes these past days. So I don't feel like I have to show.I did get to meet my new great-niece, Georgia, who was born on Leap Day, February 29th, just missing my Dad's birthday by 46 minutes! I actually saw her for the first time on the Toronto news as my niece and her family were interviewed for having the first Leap Day baby in Toronto, quite an accomplishment. She is such a precious little bundle and slept right through our visit. Big sister Scarlett, who is 20 months old, kept us entertained.

Its another day full of sunshine and warm temps, although rainy weather is predicted for the week ahead. All I can say is I'm glad to see the end those mountains of snow!

Thanks for stopping by!


Kathy A. said...

What a pair of cuties they are. I'll bet you enjoyed the visit. Sometimes hugging children is much more important than stitching isn't it

Kelly said...

Aww! Georgia & Scarlet are both so cute! And they both have the funnist birthdays! 6/6/6 & leap day -- what are the odds?

lena-lou said...

Aww cutie cuddley baby xx and what a pretty big sister with her lovely blue eyes .

Linda said...

What beautiful children they are! And I adore their names!!

Linda in VA

Barbara said...

Beautiful pictures of the kids - they are adorable!

Vonna said...

So pretty Wendy! I have this one on my list! I just finished stitching Home of a Needleworker last night and framed it today! I was pleased as punch with that...this one would look so good with the other :) I need to get this one started too! Your Neices are sweeties!

Lynn said...

Both girls are such sweethearts. Such pretty names too!
Your tin topper for the Valentine exchange turned out lovely! I'm collecting some tins now in anticipation of trying my first.

Marion said...


I happened upon your blog! Great stitching!!
I too have a blog, if you get a free minute, have a peek!

Nova Scotia

stitcherw said...

What cuties they are, glad you had a good time on the visit. Your Stitcher's Prayer is looking very pretty. While you may not have gotten as much done as you'd have liked, at least it is moving forward. We are having nice weather here as well, finally, it is soooooo nice to think that winter is behind us.