Just a lone picture tonight. I got here yesterday well after dark, and today we didn't do anything interesting enough to photograph--unless you want to see photos of the food at Windfall Market, the hardware store or the gas station. I did get to stitch this afternoon, which was good (on tomorrow's sampler).
We have tried in vain to find a dog to adopt for my dad. It seems that there are few dogs available for adoption on the Cape, and those that are available are too large. We'll keep looking: he'd really like a little spaniel or spaniel mix, and there are a number of spaniels local to me in Virginia--but they don't want to adopt out of the Mid Atlantic region. He's kind of in the dumps about it because he sees a little dog as a relief from his loneliness.
Thanks, Donna, for solving one of the mysteries of life: the name of the bug in my banner photo is Nibbles Woodaway. I never knew that! I should mention that when I drove by it this trip, Nibbles was decked out in lights and was wearing a set of antlers and sporting an illuminated red nose. He's quite the festive critter!
This is Dorothy Walpole's progress. I don't think I've accomplished anything on her since I last posted about her. I'm stitching her using AVAS and 40 count Picture This Plus in Legacy. She's a very intense stitch, so it will take me a while.
Best wishes, all, from Nibbles and me.