Although Spring Break is technically all week, it only truly started for me today, since I've taken a few days off work starting today. I'm headed to Cape Cod tomorrow, leaving BF in charge of the buns and the cats, and I'm using today to study (schoolwork didn't really end) and do way more chores than I can probably reasonably fit into a day. And there will be stitching! The banner image, by the way, is in honor of my little trip and is used with permission of the New Bedford Whaling Museum, one of the best museums I've ever visited. If you get up there ever, you should definitely go. It is a painting of early New Bedford.
I'm hoping to go on a little photography tour with stops for seafood. I might not get good shots of the ocean, but you can at least see what I have for lunch! LOL!
Progress on Dorothy:
And a closeup of the section I'm working on:
One of the hardest things about flying for me is limiting my luggage. Not to clothing, but which stitching projects do I take? And they can't go in the checked luggage, because imagine if your suitcase disappeared with a year's worth of stitching progress in it. Eeek! Clothing can be replaced, but all those hours of work....
The model patient. She submits to being swaddled, and very nicely swallows the little squirts of medicine. Pink, in the meantime, runs back and forth and thumps and hides under things, peeking at me and acting generally panicky. I can't decide if he is expressing empathy for Peaches, is worried that he is next for dosing (he didn't come down with the infection) or is just a drama queen.