Thursday, July 5, 2012

July WIPocalypse

I can't believe it's that time again.  Here is my post for the July Wipocalypse.  As you can see, very slow going on the WIP front.  I haven't had lots of stitching time because things in my life are changing a bit.  The boys are home from school for the summer and that has realy limited my time but I have also gone back to work. What was supposed to be a per diem position has turned into 30+ hours a week.  I am hoping that will ease up a bit.  I am trying really hard to balance work and home and throwing in a little stitching when I can.  I will continue working this WIP into the rotation and hope to see a finish soon. 
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Stitching!

12 comments:

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely progress for July.

Brigitte said...

It's not always easy to squeeze in some stitching time between the family and a job. But you are doing well with your WIP. It looks gorgeous.

Grit said...

Eine wunderschöne Stickerei.
Liebe Grüße Grit

gracie said...

Pretty colors in your WIP. Be sure to find and make time for yourself...

Chris said...

That Blue Ribbon piece is lovely.
Will the job continue to be 30 hours or is it due to summer holidays/vacations?
I hope that you find that balance soon :)

Parsley said...

I really love the colors in this piece!

Pat Matejcek said...

Nataly this is beautiful!!! It is coming along nicely. I am glad to see an update from you. I hope your work schedule soon calms down. Have a wonderful weekend...

Vickie said...

It's wonderful. What work do you do Nataly? http://astitchersstory.blogspot.com/

Carol said...

I'm surprised you have any time at all to stitch with the guys home and your return to work, Nataly! Hopefully, things will calm down a bit this fall...

Your stitching is really beautiful--almost ready for a happy dance :)

Sara said...

Hope you're able to find the balance you want soon. Your WIP is lovely, even if it is only slowly growing.

belle said...

Your WIP is lovely, very colourful.

Catherine said...

Great stitches! It is so hard to balance when the kids are home, isn't it? And you've added your job on top of that! Hope you find your blance soon!