Our son, Skeet, is down from NH, and he and Guy, our younger son, have put in the windows in my she shed. I should be getting so much more natural light when enjoying the shed now. Next step with the shed though, is to insulate and put the walls up. A picture of it now, and come spring, in front of this window will be lots of native flowers for the Monarch's and bees. So right now, it looks very bare. I have six windows all together now.
I have a little more stitching done on "Spring Renewal" and I'm finally really enjoying the stitch. It's still a lot of very few stitches with many colors resulting in lots of threading the needle over and over again. The colors are beautiful though, and now I can see the beginnings of the little village in the piece.
I also put in the designed box of this past week in on the 52 Week SAL. So it's coming along as well and while waiting for the next block, I may start the outlining in black between each of the blocks I have now. Some pretty borders out there by the ladies who are doing this SAL, and I haven't decided yet on any one in particular.
I was very surprised a couple of days ago. A very sweet friend of ours, Jeanne, crocheted a top for me that I just love! She knows how much I love greens of all shades, so chose the variegated green yarn. She does beautiful work, and thank you again Jeanne. I'll have Bill take a picture of me wearing this and will post it here again sometime soon.
I'll be busy over the next couple of days. I've neglected the book we're reading from our local library club, so need to finish it. "The Orphan Train" is really an easy read, but like any other book.....it won't read itself to me! So I may not be back for a day or two.
Until I am indeed back with another post, please be safe and well. Look around you so you can once again, "feel the colors". Love you all.