It's been a long, cold, snowy Winter. And I am so looking forward to not seeing any snow outside! I know, I complain every year about the cold and the snow but it's really been a bad one this year. I can't remember a Winter in my entire life that has been this cold for this long. They're calling for 40 degrees over the weekend. I do hope that it's the beginning of a warming trend. The snow piles are so high here, it's hard to get out of driveways and parking lots!
My sister saw 7 Robins about 2 weeks ago in her yard but I've yet to see one. But I keep my eyes open whenever I go now because one of these days, the Robins will be everywhere! Of course with all the snow we've had this season, it'll be July before they can find any worms to eat! LOL!!!!
I turned my computer on to blog yesterday and I had no DSL service. I spent over an hour checking the filters on my phones and trying new phone lines to each phone and finally I realized it wasn't my DSL, it was that I didn't have a dial tone. I then spent 1 1/2 hours on hold (on my cellphone) with the phone company only to have to go outside, in the cold with the snow melting off the roof and hitting me in the head, while I do a test on their equipment! I had no dial tone out there either so I had to call back again (another 1/2 hour on hold) to get a service guy out here. Thankfully, it's fixed now. But it's just crazy how much of my day was wasted when I could have been stitching!
Anyway, I finished up the stitching on one of my little cat dolls:
I have a few more of these to stitch on. I'm doing a craft show in May and thought it would be nice to have a basket full of my cat dolls. But I like to alternate small projects with larger projects so my next piece will be another purse:
I mounted this one on the frame this morning. In a little while, I'll sit down with my stash and pull some lace and trim pieces for it.
And I'm thinking that sometime this week, I need a sewing day. I need to piece some more projects to stitch on and I haven't put any miles on my treadle machine lately. I so much love to sew on that machine. I love my electric machine too but I use that one for finishing. There's really nothing like sewing on an antique treadle!