November 28, 2005

Do you ever....

read the security verification letters on comments to see if they sound like a real word? Do you ever click that little box up in the right hand corner that says Next Blog just to see where it may take you? You should! It's a strange and wonderous world out there and people blog about anything and everything. I love to click that Next Blog button just to see where in the world it might take me. Remember, life is an adventure so enjoy it!

That said and if you're still with me, here is a picture of the stitching I managed to work on yesterday. It is GH Angel of Tulips again. I completed the outside frame part and will probably continue working on the inside. The only color silk I haven't used yet is the lighter rose color for the stars on the wings so maybe I will work on that this evening.

With my SBEBB ornament sent out and recieved and my Legacy sampler house piece completed, my stitching is my own. However, I have begun mulling over what to stitch for my first SBEBB Birthday exchanger. It is Karen V and her birthday is in February which will be quickly approaching. I'm going to put my sleuthing hat on and stalk her for a while to see if I get any great ideas! Feel free to leave any suggestions - you too Karen!

5 comments:

Cathy said...

As I was typing in the word verification on the last post I commented on, I totally thought about mentioning on MY blog the fact that I read them and try to make them into a word. It's nice to know I'm not alone!

Kiwi Jo said...

Just sent you an email about Karen :)

Carol said...

Mmmm, your Angel of Tulips is looking wonderful! Yep, I do that "next blog" button once in a while - some of it is really shocking, but fun!!

Von said...

I too sometimes click on the next blogger to see what happens. There certainly are some weirdos out there, and sometimes you find someone very fun and interesting! More often I click links and find more rabbit trails to follow! :)

KarenV said...

Ooh, how exciting! I can't wait to see what you come up with, but judging from seeing your other work, I bet it'll be gorgeous Patti!

Angel of Tulips is looking lovely BTW - looking forward to seeing the finished piece :)