As many of you know, the east coast was hammered by a Nor'easter yesterday. My favorite thing to do on a snowy day is stitch in front of the fire. Unfortunately, we had sooooo much heavy snow (more like cement) we lost power for about 8 hours. Without my trusty OTT lite there would be no stitching. I decided to help the boys shovel the driveway and back deck so I could get the dogs out. We probably got about 8 inches of snow, not that bad considering some people got up to 24 inches but it was heavy and back breaking. It blue skies today and the sun is doing it's best to melt the snow but I think it will be around for quite a while.
The Thistle project takes lots of concentration and it isn't something I can work on at my Wednesday stitching group so I started another project by Plum Street titled Dust of Snow. I made pretty good progress but since I only work on it Wednesdays for a couple of hours it most likely won't be done before winter is gone. Here's hoping.
I am leaving you with a picture of what the dogs do while mom and the boys are out shoveling. Can Daisy stretch any further??? Well at least the 2 of them were warm and toasty.
Thanks for taking the time to read what is happening in our neck of the woods. Happy Stitching!