Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Midnight Progress



Although it's small, I'm on the homestretch with this one.

I can look at the pictures of progress and it helps me see I'm getting somewhere.




from this




All in a day's work. Hopefully will have finished tomorrow and made into a pillowkeep.

It's been on of those days of deep introspection.
Sometimes I'm slow. I'm not as of massive production as others but I have to remind myself this is a hobby not a marathon.
There will be some changes to this blog soon so that more interested stitchers may find it helpful.
I realized I have too much personal information on this blog and it's not my best friend.
So keeping it simply and stitchy is my goal.

Hang in there with me. I enjoy comments immensely. Otherwise I feel like I'm shouting in the moutains.
Any suggestions to help make it more pleasurable reading is greatly accepted.

Nite nite
Jennifer

10 comments:

  1. Your Stitching is coming along Great !! I love reading your blog as it is. We are all different and everyone needs to talk sometimes..
    I loved the post a couple of days ago with the pictures of family..

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  2. I may not always comment, but I always read your blog. Your finishes are wonderful and I love watching your progress.

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  3. WIP is looking good. Beautifully written post and very touching.

    Thank you for visiting me with your sweet comments.

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  4. Hi Jennifer, Honestly, there is no need to change your blog or the way you write. We all love you for who you are, and those of us who are living through similar problems to you, find comfort in the way you cope. Just go on being your usual genuine, giving and loving self. That's all we want. Blessings

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  5. Wonderful stitching - can't wait to see your finish!

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  6. The WIP is coming along nicely. Did your corder match up?

    I like your blog just the way it is. I think a blog is a journel of sorts, a place to put your thoughts and feelings. If you changed it to be more toward stitching alot of us would miss seeing the pups :0)

    Take care and whatever you decided I am sure will be the best for you.

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  7. Jen...I, personally speaking, think you should leave things as they are. This is YOUR blog, you can say whatever YOU want...if people are not happy with it, they can stop coming by for a visit...those of us who do visit daily enjoy reading what you have to say or we wouldn't keep coming! This should be your "judge-free" zone to express your thoughts, wishes, and prayers...course', that's just MY opinion.

    Love the progress on your piece...can't wait to see the finished product! Check out my giveaway when you can...

    BTW...I love Helen; it is such a beautiful and tranquil area. You are so lucky to live near there. I am a god day's drive away, so I don't get up there very often. I am hoping to make it up for Octoberfest next year, and maybe to Atlanta soon to visit Terrie's shop and Abecedarius!

    God bless you!

    HAPPY STITCHIN'
    Terri

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  8. Those who love stitching will love your stitchy posts. Those who love YOU will love that AND everything else....I'm just sayin...

    Whatever you choose to do with blogging is fine with me. I care about YOU.

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  9. Can't wait to see it. You're finishes are so lovely.

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  10. I never stop by just to see your stitching, Jennifer, although it is always beautiful. I love reading your blog just the way it is, you open your heart and soul in this blog and that is what makes you a wonderfully special person.

    Take Care ... Sandy in MT

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Jennifer

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