Hello and welcome to my blog. I hope you can stay a while, so make yourself a cuppa, put your feet up and browse through my blog pages. I like to answer all your comments if I can, unless you are "noreply-comment" blogger.
Hello and welcome to my blog. I hope you can stay a while, so make yourself a cuppa, put your feet up and browse through my blog pages.
I like to answer all your comments if I can, unless you are "noreply-comment" blogger.
Hi! Thanks for your comment on my posting.=)I'm totally with you on swaps and the time pressure for those. I didn't mind doing stash swaps when I used to be in cross stitch newsgroups, but nothing that had to be stitched, or RRs, or anything like that. I don't mind a bit of pressure to do coursework (as long as I organise my time well enough, it's OK) or to make gifts, but that's something different as I would never stitch something for someone I didn't care enough about to make the whole thing a pleasure.=)Don't worry, I wasn't anxious or guilty about the whole thing, just interested in how I react to different stimuli (or the lack thereof) and finding out how I work best. It's a big learning journey and I find this kind of introspection, for want of a better word, very helpful to getting the best from myself.=)Have a good w/e! BW.
Hi Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving lovely comments on my work I have found reading about your experiments with hapazone samples really interesting I am looking forward to seeing what you do with the samples ...Lorna
Great photos of your garden. The blooms are just beautiful.
More lovely photos!
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