Being snowed in always sounds so wonderful. Let's watch movies! Let's binge watch tv series we haven't gotten to yet!! Let's sit and stitch for hours and hours because we can't get out! Let's read tons of books from our book stack!!!
I'm here to tell you that I'm about ready to lose my mind. I've been trapped inside since Friday thanks to one of the worst snowstorms DC has seen. I've finished one book, and I'm now bored with reading. Stitching has almost lost its appeal.
Thank God I had the foresight to stop at Starbucks on Friday morning before the sky dumped 30+ inches on us and got more ground coffee, because I wouldn't've survived. Forget milk, bread, and eggs. Coffee is the elixir of life.
Last week, I sent a gift to one of my good friends from high school, who is now a real estate agent, as a thank you for helping me rent out my house when I moved here last year. It wasn't a great time to sell, so she helped me find renters while I had already moved my life for a job in DC. She was incredible. There is absolutely no way I could have done that without her help. None. So, I had to make her something to show my gratitude and appreciation for all the work she did to help me while I was three states away.
I love the blues and greys that make up the color theme of this piece.
Her little shoes!! I die.
I stitched this on 36 ct. Confederate Grey from WDW. You all know how I feel about WDW fabric, but I love Confederate Grey, so I muscled through. It's such a great color, and wonderful for primitive pieces such as this. It's a really great neutral. Now, if we could just get them to use a tighter weave fabric for dying......