Stitchalong

It’s time for another cross stitch update. Three weeks since I last shared with you and ….. I’ve got nothing! Oops

Life here has been so hectic. Last time I was just back from lanzarote having looked at houses. This time I am back in lanzarote to fill out paperwork that is only semi to do with moving (The kinds of things you need to do before buying a house) Which means I just haven’t had time to do any cross stitch and I barely caught up with everyones posts and comments last time. Blogging and cross stitching have taken back seats.

I’m not sure where I’ll be and what will be going on next time either so I may have to bow out of this amazing group of stitchers.

But for now here are the links to everyone else who actually has made progress since last time

Avis // Claire // Gun // Carole // LucyAnn// Kate // Sue // Constanze // Debbierose // Christina // Kathy // Margaret // Cindy // Helen // Steph // Linda // Heidi // Jackie // Sunny // Hayley // Megan // Catherine // Connie // Clare // Mary Margaret // Renee // Jenny // Carmela // Jocelyn // Sharon!

We are supposed to post updates on our individual projects every three weeks and they are great to watch grow.

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I should have read that Book Tag

Or the one in which Liz from Travel in Retrospect called me out by tagging me. The tag was originally created by Booksnest. And I have way too many books I should have read by now so feel like maybe they made it with me in mind!

Rules:

  • Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
  • Link to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post
  • Answer the questions below
  • Tag 10 others to take part
  • ENJOY THE TAG!

A book that a certain friend is always telling you to read

I really don’t read much that people tell me to read and I also don’t get people telling me to read much which may be related? Who knows! (People should definitely give me suggestions so I can ignore them more!) But a family member has suggested History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund. Which does sound good.

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