Grey and wet!

Today's miserable, really is, despite the mild temperatures, honestly the outside is not awfully inviting! No bother, I've got plenty to do inside.

Just finished my latest WIP and now ready as a birthday card to be sent off.

And caught up with a mini Christmas project I had in mind and did not get round to do.

Hope your side of the world has a bit more sunshine than mine!

Hugs, Lori xxx


Enjoying ...

... this morning the calm and rest, listening to Music thru the night, a favourite programme I listen to on Moody radio, on the internet.

Hope your week was filled with love and thoughtful little presents.

I have started another mini cross stitch project for a birthday card.

And I am knitting a sort of TV blanket, to be used on cold evenings when watching the telly.

May you be rested and refilled for the new week ahead.

Hugs, Lori xxx



So pleased to show you the finished product, a surprise to my dear one, he has not seen it! Not easy to hide to sew, when we both have almost the same working hours.

Still very cold over here, but the snow did not last, so dry and sunny really.

Wishing you all a restful weekend and a week ahead filled with much love,

Hugs, Lori xx


Such cold!

OK, so I will not be the only one moaning about this sudden wave of freezing temperatures, but in my garden at least 3 times this week the termomether reached minus 10C! Saturday it was freezing, but bright sun!
View over my back garden:

And this morning it turned to a bit of snow, but not that much.
Temperatures still minus!

So this last week I went about some knitting, and here is the result.

And my Valentine card is getting in shape, but not yet completed.
Hope Valentine Day will find me ready!

Wishing you all warmth and ending my little post with a thought:

"If we had no winter, the spring will not be so pleasant; if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome."
Anne Bradstreet (1612 - 1672), 'Meditations Divine and Moral,' 1655
Hugs, Lori xxx