I am writing this while watching the news on Thursday that one of 6 buses from Farmingdale School District, my alma mater, carrying students going to a band camp in Pennsylvania went off the interstate, crashed and rolled over. Two people died and dozens were injured. I don't know anyone personally involved, at least I don't think so right now, but I am so very sad. How horrifying for those children and their parents.
I need to craft now. It will soothe my soul as usual.
So on a lighter note, I have been crafting away. Santa's face is stitched and beaded.
I am making progress on my grandson's stocking. I am still not happy with some of the floss colors. The photo on the kit has much brighter colors than have been provided. I have looked online to see if I could see a finished stocking from someone else and I was pleased with how it looked. This is where I am right now.
Finally, I have finished the two fronts and the back of the knitted jacket for my grandson. I found two skeins in my stash of another variegated blue that coordinates nicely for the sleeves and the hood.
I will be joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site on Sunday to see what other bloggers are up to.
Please pray for the families and friends of those who died or were injured in that horrible bus crash. I still live nearby.
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