I have been slowly adding stitches to Three Boats. I have filled in more of the branch to the left of the tree trunk and added some more stitches to the trunk itself.
I can only work on it either during a break or after school which is usually when I visit mom. Most of my stitching has been on the weekends, but this weekend our son is visiting. Yay! Not sure what we will be doing on this grey, cloudy day, but we will try to get out and about.
I add a couple of rows here and there to my Breezy Infinity Scarf when watching TV.
I actually finished the first skein of yarn last night, so I am now halfway done. I have found that crocheting with fingering yarn is a sloooow process.
I used those plums that I bought at the farmstand and made a tasty plum coffee cake. It is the same recipe that I used during the summer with peaches. Yum.
I gave away most of it to our mothers so that Hubby and I don't pack on the pounds.
I finished another book, "Shelter Mountain" by Robyn Carr. It is the 2nd book of the Virgin River series.
I waited all summer for this book to become available on my Kindle and it was well worth the wait. Now I have to look for the next book in the series. First, though, I am reading "The Vanishing Half" by Brit Bennett.
I am not far enough into it to tell if I like it. It is a departure from my usual reading fare.
The leaves on a few trees are starting to turn. This one is across the street from my home.
I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching. I will probably stitch more on Three Boats tomorrow morning when Hubby and son are golfing. It is a school holiday for me.
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