I've been stitching more flowers and leaves, and the current piece is just about complete. Then I'll move to a little vineyard and make some grape clusters and leaves, and then everything gets sent away for approval or rejection. I feel like I'm holding my breath until the end of the month, when I can put them in a box and watch them fly away. Then I can get on with other things, like web site updates and adding items to the Etsy store, and a few other tricks I've been hiding up my sleeve.
It's another gorgeous Central Texas day, following another damp and dreary Central Texas day. Last night the fog was so thick we couldn't see from the back door to the pool, and the coyotes sounded like they were IN the pool. Fog makes sound carry so oddly sometimes. At one point in the wee hours of the morning, they sounded like they were in the front yard. The reality is that they were probably a quarter of a mile away. The abrupt weather changes have caused T-man and Ariel each to come down with a cold, which yours truly is fighting tooth and nail. I do not have time to be ill.
Don't forget, the San Antonio Bead Market is February 28th through March 1st, and I will be there helping Carol Wille with her booth. I happen to have it on good authority that there will be a new shipment of acrylic flowers and leaves on Carol's tables, along with some seed bead mixes, glass beads, fibers, Vintaj brass, and did I mention beads?? Come see us!
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