Monthly Archives: July 2014

Leila’s new face

Despite my rusty embroidery skills and thanks to YouTube videos by Mary Corbet on how to create satin stitches, padded satin stitches, outline stitches, and French knots, I was able to complete the new face for Leila. I didn’t expect … Continue reading

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So sad dolly

While poor Leila–dolly’s name–has been awaiting the start of her rehab for over two days, I have been very busy trying to get a few things off my list, namely freezing of the remaining apricots, a meeting (see previous post) … Continue reading

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Preparations for travel

As the days draw closer for DS and DH to travel back east, lots of preparations areĀ  happening. Every time I think we are all but done, something else crops up to be dealt with. Still we are making progress. … Continue reading

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