Evening, all! I lost the light before I could post progress on one of the projects I restarted, but I did have this loaded. It's "Birth of Jesus" by the Stitching Parlor. I started it a long time ago, and I stopped working on it when I realized I should have stitched it on higher count fabric. The coverage (using NPI) is pretty good, but I'm not happy with Mary's sheer white dress. The Wisper is looking fuzzy on the sheep, though. What to do: maybe take unstitch Headless Mary and restitch with another color? It's a shame not to finish; I even know where all the tiny brass stars I purchased and the big star button are! I stitched on an unknown linen in color "natural."
For those interested in my fishing, I have not had a chance to fish off the bridge (and no one else was there either), which has a lot to do with the crisp wind and 30 degree temps and the fact that I have come down with a roaring cold that I have so generously provided to my 84 year old father. What a great and helpful guest I am--bubonic plague, anyone? But look what jumped straight out of the water, fileted and complete with lemon: scrod!
Tonight's close is in honor of Savannah, the lovely spotty rabbit owned by Rabbits' Guy and Bunny Lady of House of Rabbits. Savannah passed away at the age of 9, which is quite old for a rabbit. Here she's pictured visiting the law library in DC. We will miss Savannah and send condolences to her family and friends.
See you tomorrow.