Also while going through things yesterday , I also found the JBW Designs Christmas ornament that I had lost. For some reason I had put it away with my fabric instead of finished pieces to be put in finished form. Go figure, huh? The linen is another "mystery grab bag" piece I got a while back. It is a little more loosely woven than I like to use for ornaments. It's almost like something you would use for a sachet, but I think it will work. I did change the color of the bunnies. They were charted to be stitched green. Green bunnies?! Now I know I stitched them around St. Patrick's Day , but there was no way I could live with green bunnies. I changed the color to a nice soft brown and I think they work a lot better. I will probably get it into finished form later this week.
I had a very strange dream last night. Seems like I've been having a series of those lately . Any of you ever do that? I've even been having dreams that have been sort of a continuation of a dream from the previous night , which to me, is very very odd and probably doesn't happen that often. I've even had dreams that have come true ( no I'm not saying I'm psychic) but boy oh boy , I hope these don't ! LOL! Well , with the exception of the one where I found a pile of diamonds! LOL . John Ritter was in that one. I had fallen asleep with the t.v. on and when I woke up, Three's Company was on. LOL. Funny how when we hear things in our sleep , how they work their way into our dreams.
I hear the spring birds outside. They've been flying around gathering things to build their nests. I wonder if they will build in our light fixture on our porch again. They did that about three seasons and then last spring, they didn't come back. They were a nuisense at first because they kept pooping on the porch , but when they didn't come back , I was sad.
Well , I hear the alarm going off , which means hubby will be getting up and I need to get off of here so we can start our day. Hope you all have a wonderful wonderful day! Please come back again soon!
'till next time,
don't be a stranger,