My poor hydrangeas . . . they've grown almost as tall as I am and have been beaten down by the rain! (They were blue earlier in the summer . . . now, fading to purple)
I participated in Relay For Life (being an almost 7 year survivor of Breast Cancer) and made the front page of the Herald & Tribune in Jonesborough, TN. That's me carrying the banner (second from the left) leading the survivor walk.
I've been stitching in the evenings working on an upcoming design (which has morphed several times),
letters for a cross-stitch/quilt that our EGA is doing for the Birthplace of Country Music museum that's being built in Bristol
We have an EGA teaching weekend coming up this weekend with Clara Blalock (The Stitching Parlor). Her piece is adorable . . . a small garden toolbox with a stitched lining and smalls . . . can't wait!
We had a regional director of the EGA visit our meeting earlier in the week. She has completed the Master Craftsman Program . . . took her 9 years designing and completing 6 (different techniques) good sized involved projects! They were all beautiful! What an accomplishment!!! Think I'll pass!
Can't believe July is almost over . . . time is just passing
w a y t o o f a s t!!!! ~*