February 01, 2009

Topsy Turvy

I'm all topsy turvy today. My homework is taking longer than I expected, and I spent too much time this weekend stitching and out of the house, figuring my homework wouldn't take that long. Whoopsie. There are just three questions, but they're difficult and involve things like determining peculiar financing ratios and then, with a bare minimum of information, having to decide how much money a given company will have to raise to keep going. So here's a quick driveby:
Dorothy's garden: coming along (faster than my homework). Also more fun than the homework.

I bought this little chart at Everything Cross Stitch; it's 46 x 46 stitches. Just about right. It's called Topsy Turvy Bunnies, and the bunny on it reminds me of someone. It's by Val's Stuff and it's charted for 28 count Lugana using Crescent Colours, Crescent Colours pearl cotton, DMC or Anchor. If you prefer cats, they have Topsy Turvy Tabbies as well. Maybe I'll do both!

Topsy turvy bunnies waiting patiently until homework is over so they can run up and down the halls.

Have a lovely week--back to my plowback ratios.

19 comments:

kellieps3 said...

Homework...ugh.
However your stitching is beautiful. :) (and more fun, I am sure). Love that bunny design. I am off to check out the cat one you mentioned.

Tammy said...

Mmmm, plowback ratios--sounds like so much fun! On the lighter side, Dorothy's garden is just beautiful and the bunnies design is too cute!

bunnygirl said...

I just love how quickly Peaches became part of the bunny family.

Theresa said...

The Dororthy's garden is beautiful, and your new chart looks like a lot of fun~~

mainely stitching said...

Good luck with that pesky homework!

Laura said...

Cross stitch or plowback ratios...hmmmmmm. Dorothy's Garden, however, looks spectacular. The bunny design is very cute and new to me.

FrecklesandDeb said...

Good luck with your homework! Hope you figured out the right answers... We love the topsy turvy bunnies!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

I think the answer is O because it's unwise to extend yourself beyond what your company realistically makes in this economy. I guess it depends on what they make, if they make Topsy Turvy bunnies then whatever it takes to stay afloat....Such a nice bunny family you have, I love the group portraits.

Siobhan said...

Homework... ugh. Homework that contains math. Quadruple ugh. OTOH, your Dorothy's Garden is sooo pretty! I love it. Your new chart is almost as cute as your 'real life' bunnies. ;)

The Scarlett House said...

Gee Glenna, I always feel like such a bum when I read about your schedule and classes. But then, I'm probably a million years older than you so I guess I don't feel that bad after all :) The bunny babies look so darn cute all snuggled together.
BTW, I started a new sampler today on 45ct. I must be insane!

Annemarie said...

Ugh, good luck Glenna. Stitching does sound like much more fun!

Kit said...

Dorothy's garden is coming along well, good luck with the homework.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Oh, those bunns! Hi guys!!!

To H... with the homework .. go snuggle some bunns - the teacher will understand.

Michelle said...

Ok now I HAVE to get Dorothy out. Thanks for the inspiration!

mrbarrington said...

Your stitching is gorgeous. Such patient bunnies!

Maren said...

That's a cute little bunny design. And those are some bright roses on your Garden piece! Lovely!

Julie said...

I admire all of the projects you have displayed on your blog. I too am finding cross-stitching more fun than homework, though my homework consists more of reading history books and writing lengthy papers on topics of my choosing. Such is the life!

Happy Stitching!

By the way, I love th Psalm 23rd project you are working on. Where did you find it?

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Fruity hay cubes? sounds sinful, we eat only Timothy cubes, not Alfalfa, because of Sydney's tendency to bulk up.

YowlYY said...

Love the topsy turvy bunnies :)(stitched and their live version)