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Do All the Things!

By Crossstitchyourheart @TMNienaber

Well, this week is turning out to be better than I expected which is a good thing.  Still waiting to hear back from the job…which makes 2 1/2 months interviewing and waiting to hear back about a part time job and this seems a little excessive to me, I won’t complain if they end up hiring me but if they don’t I’ll feel like I’ve wasted a lot of time.  I’m staying positive for now though!  Other than the Odyssey of the Job Hunt things have been going well.  I’ve managed to make progress with my cross-stitching, read some fabulous books, dealt with some banking issues, worked on lesson plans, and of course have kept writing.  I also went and saw the movie “Bernie” the other day and for a movie that’s based on the true story of a murder it was hilarious, one of Jack Black’s best so far.  I’m also going to hear Jodi Piccoult talk and the library Friday and am looking forward to that.  Overall a pretty productive and fun week which makes a nice change from the past few weeks I’ve had.  I’m hoping the good vibes continue into July.

I have some exciting project updates to share with you all today as well!

Do All the Things!

Almost done with the right side

You can see how the piece is coming together.  I love the lighting that’s creating by the yellow and orange threads in the windows although it doesn’t stand out quite as much as it will when the rest of the area has been filled.

Do All the Things!

close up of the right side

Here’s a close up of the progress.  For as intricate as this design looks it’s actually turning out to be a very quick stitch, almost all of it is half cross-stitch which goes a lot faster than full cross-stitch and I’m surprised with how quickly it’s coming together.

Hope you’re all having a productive week as well.  Good luck on all your projects!  I’ve got a good feeling about this week for some reason so I think the black cloud that was June is finally starting to lift as we head into July, can’t wait for it to get here!  (And only partly because July is my “birthday month”)

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