Woo Hoo! I've just returned from a trip to the hinterlands and have harvested my first tomato products from the garden! AND! You'll be happy to note that I did so with my very own bare hands and only a smidgen of the willies as I reached into the vines for these little gems: Methinks a tomato sandwich might be in order for luncheon today.
After an "eventful" weekend, I am happy to report that there was actually real live stitching going on. I picked up CCN's "Needlework Shop" and made a good bit of progress:
I'm stitching this on 28ct. Natural Pearl, which felt very very clunky at first. Now, however, I'm loving every single stitch and I'm going to keep on plugging until this one heads for the FUPPIE box.
ChemDry will be here tomorrow afternoon to clean the Happy Chair! Because the "situation" is only on the bottom portion and not the padded arms or cushions, it's likely that this treatment will take care of the problem and my b-u-t-t will be back in it by Wednesday. This fact makes me so happy it's not even funny. Who knew that a seventeen year old piece of furniture could be the answer to so many of my problems?