Sunday, May 10, 2015

Mother's Day Stitching

Happy Mother's Day!
I hope all the mothers out there get a chance to relax and stitch today!
I have sorely neglected my stitching recently. If you read my most recent posts you will understand why. 
Yesterday I sat down for a little while and made more progress on Baker Beach. Here is what it looked like two weeks ago.
This is where I am as of today.
 I am just about halfway done with my third page. I hope to stitch some today also.
I am joining Kathy for my Slow Sunday Stitching today. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching.

We have a baby bunny visiting our back yard. A few years back we had regular visits from a rabbit family, but last year we only saw a bunny once in a while. We see this little one almost daily.
It is really quite small. That black edging is only a couple of inches high. It is always a treat to see "bunny" in the yard. Unfortunately, I scared him/her the other day when I was tossing bread ends out for the birds. I didn't know that "bunny" was in the flower bed behind our deck. "Bunny" took off like a shot. Thankfully I have seen "bunny" in the yard since then. I really like watching them grow.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Lovely stitching , and love your little rabbit , we have a round about down at the end of the junction and we call it rabbit land , some days there are loads of rabbits playing on the grass.

  2. I love to watch the rabbits at play but am not so keen when they are eating my salad patch. Happy mothers day, we celebrate it in March in the UK.

    1. So I learned something today. I didn't know Mother's Day was in March in the UK. I don't have a salad patch so I don't need to worry about the bunnies. They eat all the clover in the grass.

  3. You are making good progress! Wishing you a wonderful Mother's Day. blessings ~ tanna

  4. I enjoy seeing your project grow. I am quite sorry about Brian : ( Sweet little bunny!

  5. I enjoy seeing your project grow. I am quite sorry about Brian : ( Sweet little bunny!

  6. We have bunnies in our yard too. Chipmunks and squirrels scamper about as well. Right now, a mother robin is on her eggs in the nest on top of our light fixture. I love to see your progress on your cross stitch.

  7. Slowly but surely, this is growing. Love your little rabbit today.

  8. I'm a first-time visitor to your blog, Cathie. Thank you for commenting on mine a few days ago. I am so saddened by Officer Moore's death, and even more so now that I know you have a personal connection to him. My prayers go out to all of his family and friends.

    Now, about those rabbits. . . I will gladly give you several dozen, if you can figure out a way that could be done. Here on our rural spot in southern Ohio, we have them everywhere. They will be quite the nuisance once we have a bit of garden planted, and when all my flowers are potted up. They are hungry critters.

  9. love your stitching and that bunny. Frodo has eliminated all of the bunnies....I hope he scared most of them, he can only catch babies not the big ones.


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