Freebie ~ They are your family

Pic ~ They are your family     A small freebie for your stitching pleasure, from a Jim Butcher quote.

  Remy

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About embroiderbee

ABOUT ME: Catholic, Wife, Mom, Artist, Researcher, Baker, Cat- Herder, New Englander. I love designing needlework, especially samplers with specialty stitches, applique & quilting, painting, photographing, reading, writing, baking, fabric and floss collecting. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE COLORS: bluish-purples and greens. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE ANIMALS: Cats ~ you don't have to walk them, and they purr. I've also loved my share of dogs. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE MUSIC: Instrumental ~ flute, piano, Smetana's Moldau ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE MOVIES: Pride & Prejudice with Ehle and Firth. No other versions need apply. Waking Ned Devine, Happy endings only. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE BOOKS: A Tale of Two Cities, Pride and Prejudice, mysteries, romance, classics, non-fiction. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE CLOTHES: Worn blue jeans, turtlenecks, T-shirts, and hoodies. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE TV SHOWS: Book Notes, some History Channel, Fox News, The Science Channel, some The Real Housewives of ... , Doc Martin, some Masterpiece Theater, some TED talks. ~*~*~*~* FAVORITE THINGS 2 DO: Read a good book during a rain or snow storm. Stitch or paint in beautiful light. Talk in bed with my husband late at night and then go for an early breakfast... ie, have his total undivided attention, and luxuriate in it. Talk with our son without cell phones, ipods, etc at a family meal. Go to lunch with a friend and laugh till our sides hurt. Browse in a good library or bookstore. Go to the theater when both the play and the seats are good. Stay home and do absolutely nothing. Read on my Kindle! *~*~*~* ETHNICITY: Mixed-American Mutt of Irish (97%), Welsh, and many other slivers of ethnicity.

Posted on July 24, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. how lovely. thank you. How are you doing?

    • Hi Laurie!
      We’re all doing well, thanks! Crazy busy with many interesting things. Applique has been taking up a lot of my time, as has reading. I seldom watch the TV news anymore, but what I get on my news feeds and facebook makes me think the world is circling toward the drain to hell. I escape & relax with a 17th or 18th century romance which has a happy ending, and in the books we read for work. Lately it’s been Lucinda Brant, Jane Austen (again) and Datis Kharrazian. I did take one of my Quaker Sampler patterns on a trip to New Hampshire, but only managed to add about 75 stitches, before car sickness threatened!

      What’s happening with you and yours?

  2. Charlene McCullough

    Thank you so much for the PDF. Got it this morning. I really appreciate your help. Thanks again.

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