Internet finally connected, rejoining 21st century

September 24, 2007 at 9:39 am Leave a comment

Whoaaa, sorry for the epic pause! I moved back in July and it’s taken this long to get the internet up and running – unbelievable in this day and age. Anyhoo, can’t give a massive update now, as I’ve just got back from my cousin’s wedding and have to return my bf’s suit that he hired, as well as deal with a sinkful of washing up and get some food in, but here are some photos in lieu of news, and I shall fill you in on my craft projects and the garden and the other green things I’ve been doing this summer, all in good time.

Here is the cross stitch sampler I’ve been making for my parents’ wedding anniversary:




My beautiful new sewing machine, before I spent hours cleaning it.

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