Spring IS here. Windows were wide open last night for sleeping and when I went to bed at 10:30 the back door was still open! Plus, there is a good chance of a strong thunderstorm this afternoon between 3 an 5. That's a sure sign of warmer weather. Of course, I have an appointment at 3:00 which will probably involve walking through the rain. Oh well. I'll take it.
Meanwhile, it is TNT (Teeny Needle Tuesday) again and some more progress has been made on Fox Forest.
Here's hoping the borders meet up in the lower right hand corner! There are, of course, more foxes to stitch, some trees and some flowers and then the letters of the alphabet are scattered all over the sampler.
Mailing's Hitchhiker saw another 8 rows added last night. Still not even halfway, but slow and steady progress is being made. I will NOT be taking that with me when I meet up with Dee next time - lol.
I'm still reading "Island" by Alistair MacLeod which, as I said previously, is a collection of short stories (so far all pretty bleak), but the writing is just so fine. Unsheltered by Kingsolver came through on Overdrive. The reviews on this have been pretty mixed and overall not so good. Her recent books have been such a disappointment compared to "Pigs in Heaven," "Animal Dreams," or "The Poisonwood Bible." I've started "Unsheltered" but it already feels a bit like a lecture and I'm not sure I'll get through it.
Today should be a bit less busy than yesterday was...plus I have to leave by 2:15, so a short day at that! Hope you all have a good one.