Wow, I can't believe that it's been so long since I updated my blog! It sure has been a busy few weeks though! A few weeks ago I visited my best friend Jen for a long weekend of laughs, camping and whatever we happened to feel like doing! We even took her camper and went out to the Portland coast for a night.
Here I am at the coast with her pup who seems to think our shoes looked like fun toys! You can see that it was very windy and we were glad we started into the wind instead of going for a long walk and having to fight the wind the whole way back!
While traveling I worked on the strawberries in Ann Sandles. I was able to get the border done (I left the "hats" off the tops of the strawberries) and also the house so all that is left is the A&E section. I am thinking of making one of the dogs look like Sage since I've already strayed away from it being a true reproduction.
And, even though I'm super late in doing so I'm still going to post my August TUSAL. It's not too late to jump into TUSAL 2012, just go to this post in order to sign up and play along!
I'm afraid that you won't see much change in the level of thread in the jar for next month as I haven't stitched at all since I took this picture a week ago. Just too busy with other things I guess!
And, not that it's bad that I've been too busy, it's all been fun! I've completed a few home improvement projects that were on my list, spent time with friends and I have my grandpa here for a visit now. It sure is nice to have him be able to come out to visit!
The other thing that I've been busy with is Sage. Not that it will come as a surprise to anyone but we have been super busy and our latest adventure finds us as new members of the Dog Scouts of America. I'm sure some of you reading this may wonder what the heck that is. Well, I will admit that I did too when I first heard about it. I meaning earning badges with your dog? Well, why not? I don't have kids to do girl and boy scouts with so why not join an organization that promotes positive training and allows you to get recognition for teaching your dog new things. Plus it is really fun!! We've already passed 5 agility badges and last night I heard that we passed her merit badge test to become an official dog scout and add the DSA after her name. The best part about dog scouts is spending time with other people who are into doing fun things with their dogs! I'll post more soon about this, either here or over on my dog blog.
So, that's what I've been up to lately! I hope to get Ann Sandles done in the next couple weeks so I can start something new!