Tuesday, July 20, 2010

an end to a busy day

I have had a busy productive day...spent the morning contacting students for the workshop in Eureka Springs and sorting, cleaning and packing wool and  then I got to go get my hair cut and colored.  Here is my new do...

  I like the back the best...but here is the front...

My husband is cooking dinner tonite---Quinoa Stir-fry with chicken and vegetables---a recipe he found on his I-phone app---he is a techie!  Anything to make him want to cook!  It is pouring down rain right now and at 7 I am subbing for a friend in a bridge group.  Before rug hooking took over my life I used to play a lot of bridge but rarely play now.  I do enjoy the challenge.

Okay, here are a few more rug pictures for you to enjoy.

Heather was ambitious and tackled two long runners----this is a Pine Island Primitive pattern.

I'm sorry I'm drawing a blank as to whose pattern this is---Heather--if you see this, help me out.

Okay, almost dinner time...have a great evening.

Oh one more little story...I got a phone call from daughter who is Santa Cruz this summer...she and her husband were off yesterday and they were on a cliff enjoying the evening and all of a sudden a large wave came up with no warning and picked up there belongings and wiped it out to sea---her purse with cell phone and all her cards and money were gone in a flash...even her shoes.   Poor Chelsea!


  1. Great haircut! Nice and cool for the summer! Both of these rugs are gorgeous! I'd like to hook them both! LOL! I'm glad that wave left Chelsea and her hubby behind... wow! What a strange thing to have happen!

  2. I believe the pattern with the three birds is a Ramona Orahil (sp) pattern, not sure of the name of her pattern line. I've hooked the pattern. wendy