Sunday, March 2, 2014

Slow Stitching Sunday

Now that February is behind me and the calendar has turned to March, I'm making an effort to settle back to regular life as much as possible.  I'm going to try to resume some/all of the activities I had going before Dad went to the hospital.  Not much reactivated yet,
but the intent is there :) 
 
So far, I've been puttering along stitching this binding down for the past few evenings, and plan to finish it up tonight.  The simple repetitious hand stitching has been relaxing when I finally sit down each evening and unwind.  It's a start anyway, a step back to normal.   

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4 comments:

Dee Dee said...

Glad your dad is getting better and that he gets to come home. It is life changing when we become the caregivers for our parents. Wishing you and your dad all the best.

Quilter Kathy said...

Binding is exactly what the Dr. ordered!
Enjoy your slow stitching and I hope it restores peacefulness and serenity to your heart in this time of worry about your Dad.
Thanks for linking up to Slow Sunday Stitching!

anne bebbington said...

Lovely to be able to catch up with you again Jeanne - for some reason your blog was hiding from me - so sorry to hear about your dad - hopefully the work load, while probably not less in reality, will feel less with him at home with you and you get more chance to do things for yourself in and amongst it all (((hugs)))

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I hope to do that with some applique as stress has been high at my house with my husband scheduled for surgery. Glad that your dad is doing better and back home with you.