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Monday, 12 July 2010

Just catching up .

Hi everyone , today dawned cooler , grey and damp and it is now raining properly. I'm not complaining , I'm not a sun seeker or a big fan of hot weather , though I do like it to be reasonable. Anyway , the gardens need the water and we all need some fresher air , so it's a good day in my opinion.
I couldn't resist showing a picture of the flowers on one of our courgette plants . I think they're really pretty , just a shame they don't last very long.

We usually have a couple of plants that we buy as sets from the local herb garden , this year we have ten plants lol. My MIL set them all from seed and was more successful than she anticipated . Good job we like courgettes , though I guess we will end up with a freezer full of various recipes .

We had another lovely sunset the other day . I missed taking pics of the best part as I was out watering the plants , but this was near the end .

sorry the photo is a bit fuzzy , it was late and I was tired.

So , my stash from Wimblebees arrived , yippee .

Bent Creeks' Autumn Row , Lanartes' African Woman and L&Ls' In the arms of an Angel .

I've had my eye on African Woman for a couple of years , and when you can get it at half price , you've just got to go with the flow . I also ordered Lizzie Kates' Housework Never , but it was sold out , and a little something else that I can't show at the moment.

Don't know when I'll get to stitch these , but at least I've got them lol.

Progress on Moon Struck :

I haven't done as much as I'd hoped. Most days last week seemed to be spent running round doing lots of errands , and I've got two sports days to go to this week , so not sure how much will get done . I would have liked to have got the sky finished over the weekend , but it didn't happen . I am enjoying stitching this though , even though it's not something I'd usually do , so can't be bad. I need to crack on with it though so I can get my other project started. More on that next time .

Thanks for dropping by ,

Cath

8 comments:

Mylene said...

A very good progress on Moon Struck and wow! great stash, enjoy!

Here's raining too which is really good for the plants.

Lumiruusu said...

I love your new stash!
Especially the Angel is so beautiful..
Bying some new stash is good for the health and always such a joy!:D :D
I have shopped also something new and cant wait to start the new projects.
But first I have to get something ready lol :)
Great progress with the Bunny!!

Josie said...

Your work in progress is looking good.
Wow great stash haul. I have arms of an angel as a work in Progress, she is lovely...soo many beautiful colours.

Elaine said...

Good progress on your bunny Cath and lovely new stash. Hugs.

Shellie said...

Gorgeoues new stash and moon struck is gorgeous too
Love and hugs Shellie

stitcheranon said...

ooo lovely. I have a great recipe for courgette and ginger jam rofl. I have 27 courgette plants: buggers. I was kind of hoping a few would not make it ;-)

Lovely stash!

Lindsay-ann said...

Your stitching is looking great. Enjoy the sports days. Hope the weather doesn't spoil them.
Lindsay
x

Meadows08 said...

You're making great progress on Moon Struck!