I wasn't sure that I would have anything new to share for TNT - Tiny Needle Tuesday. As mentioned yesterday, I did absolutely NO stitching while on vacation - even after we got home! But, it turns out I had done a little bit before we left and then I picked it back up yesterday evening. This sampler is close, but not yet finished.
Look! Some new creatures have made an appearance. A crow or black bird (which I love) and a black squirrel - Val, could that creature have wandered down from your house? LOL Here they are close up:
If any of you are interested in this chart, please let me know. I am so close to finishing it and I know I will not stitch it again.
I wanted to share a few more pictures from our vacation. All from gardens. First up at the Williamsburg Botanical Gardens we came upon a raised bed - about waist high - that was a Gnome Garden. So cute:
You should be able to click to enlarge and see more details. Next up Passion Flower! I had never seen this flower before, but Dee tells me they are all over Florida.
Gorgeous, huh? And last up, a day lily from Peggy's. Their driveway is a big, long loop and in the yard between the two paved areas Peggy has planted mostly day lilies...also black eyed susans, cone flowers, etc. But this particular day lily caught my eye and now I want one (or twelve).
I had planned to go to the office today, but now (7:30 a.m.), I just don't feel like it. Thank God I have the option - LOL. It is supposed to rain almost all afternoon and I have plenty of things I need to work on and I can do that right here at home. I will probably venture to the office tomorrow - a bunch of things to print, check on the mail, etc. Plus, tomorrow I know I will not run into any of my bosses...today I could run into Bruce. I will just stay put!
Hopefully the rain will end by late afternoon - last time I looked it showed the rain ending by 5 p.m. And, hopefully, tonight's concert in the park will not be cancelled. We will head over to Colin & Mailing's for a light dinner and then walk to the park for the concert (fingers crossed).