Saturday, October 02, 2010

E is For...

E is for...

Aren't these wonderful! Can't you just see these on a dish towel or table runner?

This is a free pattern from Caron online.

Another free pattern:

E is for...
And more embroidery:

E is for...

This is my son Brian and his cat who started out being named Eve but is now known as Cookie or Kitten. Oh the reason E is for Ernesto is that is Brian's name in Spanish Class!

E is For...
Endpaper Mitts

I want to make these-and soon!

I have finished one of Patrick's Twined Mitts, Nearly finished with the front of Joe's Cabled Vest, working away on a peach baby cardigan with a cable up the front, and i am working on a grey cabled scarf for Christmas. OOps I said the C word. Oh well just ignore the reference to that holiday that is MONTHs away!

Talk to you tomorrow,
Energy/Elan Vital
Some of us see the glass as being half-full, while others see the glass as half-empty. The next time you are caught in traffic, begin thinking how nice it is to have a few moments to reflect on the day, focus on a problem you have been trying to solve, or brainstorm on your next big idea. The next time you get in the slow line at the grocery store, take the opportunity to pick up a tabloid magazine and do some “guilty pleasure” reading. Take all that life throws out you and re-frame it with what’s right about the situation. At the end of the day, you will be more content, at peace and be happy. Take the time to begin to notice what’s right and see the world change.

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