Wednesday, February 10, 2016

- Frozen

Just a quick post today since there are grandsons to play with and chicken soup to make ...

Patch #41 (revised on 2/17/2016)

I anticipated being busy, so this is a pre-made patch. It was a toss-up whether I was going to stitch Southwest Airlines colors or a St Louis arch, until I spotted this outside the plane window ...


Do you see it? The reflection of the blue on the wing made a perfect (half) arch. Don't know when or how it will get done, but I love the serendipity.

Meantime, I'm also puzzling over how to do my weather patches, because as Meliss so aptly posted on Facebook ...


And not only is the temperature a bit different, the precipitation has a different feel to it ...



A few hours later I saw a sight I haven't seen for quite a while ...




Ha! There's nothing like the sound of a plow blade to bring back memories of snow days past!

2 comments:

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

o eee

Liz Ackert said...

My family has heard me say this before ... if my post-menopausal self had to live through an entire cold, dry winter I'd probably break into a million pieces and blow away. We haven't been here 24 hours and the skin on my hands is already cracking.

Fortunately, my daughter and family are a wonderful distraction to my woes. I'm expecting low stitch production for the next week, but lots of inspiration for the future!