Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Tuesdays Are My Stitchy Night

Well, this will be a rather boring post. I don't have anything too exciting to say or show. I'm frustrated with my projects because one is taking me forever to bead and the other is pretty boring and really not all that interesting to look at in it's present state. Not to mention, I kind of have those "stomp all over it and throw it out of the window" feelings about it. *sigh*

I do have to report on my TUSAL jar though. Not the best picture but it's getting full! Letter G has really helped fill up the jar a little. Before he left, *the boy* bought me these little pumpkins and gourds and so here they sit helping to decorate the jar on my little bookshelf!
I wanted to say thanks to everyone who gave me their floor stand opinions and info. It is ever helpful. And to those who are keeping my sister in their thoughts and prayers, it's so appreciated. More than you know. I had forgotten to say that her MRI results came back and it basically showed that the cancer was contained and there was no spread. Relatively good news, I think. Her surgery for her lumpectomy is next Monday. Please keep those good thoughts coming!! :)

And seriously, if you haven't visited Missy Ann for her 13 Days of Halloween yet, go now!! She's got lots of spooky fun up her sleeve!

Ok, I'm off to bead or stitch or maybe even stomp on Newton. We'll see what the outcome is.

Have a great week!

Until next time...

6 comments:

Theresa said...

I feel you on the stitching part, when there is little on the progress and nothing to show....
I'm sending good thought for your sister your way. Take care!!

Margaret said...

That's good news from your sister's MRI. I'll be sending good thoughts and prayers for her.

staci said...

Girl, you need a new stitching project...something small that finishes up quickly!!!

Keeping your sis in my thoughts and prayers :)

Katrina said...

Hope you don't really throw your stitching out the window and stomp on it :-).

Lots of good thoughts and prayers for your sister.

Laura said...

Your TUSAL is looking very festive!

I'm thinking good thoughts for your sister and will check back to see how her lumpectomy went.

VALIE said...

I'll be thinking of your sister. The results sound like relatively good news, still I am sure she is very frightened and under maximum stress - I feel so sorry. Fingers crossed.