Tuesday, August 9, 2011

A few finishes

It has been a few weeks since my last post, been busy and productive for me. I managed to get a few finishes done as well in between taking it easy. I had dental surgery last week. I was supposed to get 2 teeth removed but only got one tooth removed that day. The doctor wanted to wait if possible after the baby is born so he is not putting unneeded stress on me and the baby. I was making myself nuts over nothing though, The surgery went well and within a day I felt better than I had in almost a month. I am pushing into my eighth month of pregnancy and the best word to describe how I feel is uncomfortable! Mix in the heat of the summer and it makes it even better, lol. On a lighter note, today is also my son's birthday. He turned 14. In less than a month he goes back to school, he will be a high schooler this year, all of a sudden everything is moving so fast.

My 2 finishes were simple but cute, the first one is by LHN and the other one is from a old magazine in my collection. It came from the magazine cross country stitching. As always thanks for stopping by and for your kind words.


  1. aww so sweet..very lovely finishes xx

  2. Love the completions, and I hope it is not too hot for the rest of your pregnacy.

  3. Congrats on your finishes. The "Love warms..." is so cute!

    8 months already? Time goes by so fast. Glad your dental surgery went well.

    Take care.

  4. Lovely finishes. I'm glad you got the tooth pulled and that it wasn't as bad as you feared.

    8 months? You're in the home stretch. :) Just stay as comfortable as you can.

  5. Glad your dental surgery went well!

    I cant believe you are 8 months along already. How exciting!

    Your finishes are adorable as usual. You are a real inspiration getting all that stitching done.

  6. Oh, I can't imagine being pregnant in this heat and humidity, Kay (well, actually my youngest son was born in D.C. in the middle of July so I have a vague remembrance!!)... Hang in there--hope the next month goes quickly.

    Your finishes are so cute--love the little sheep in the Stars & Stripes :)