I finished my group of crosses for the ladies who are in my Sunday School class. The Joy class is, by tradition, all women. I'm one of the teachers and the youngest class member. I love this class.
I'm pleased with these and I think the ladies will be too. It's nice to have a Bible bookmark. FYI - this is Mary Konior's Mark-My-Word pattern, and all are tatted in Lizbeth size 20. They're unblocked, just slapped up on the scanner.
The weather here is has turned gorgeous, and things are blooming. These purple flowers are in a hedge in front of my office.
And here's some pretties near my house. I love spring, don't you?
I"m prepping for a tatting outing in North Georgia. I did this last October, and we had a blast. It's much the same group as last time - it'll be Sharren and Karrieann and Catherine and maybe Marie Smith. We'll be staying near a big outlet mall, so I think shopping may be in order. Or at least serious browsing. I've just picked up some nifty paper and other shuttle blinging supplies, so we may get creative. Or we may just have a lot of giggling, like last time. I'm really looking forward to going, two nights this trip!
BTW - I got home after Curly was out most of the day, and he had come in and cleaned. The kitchen and family room were clean, and he was working on his own room. So, some progress there. And I made a visit to the dentist and got my filling replaced. As I hate novacaine, I got it done "raw jaw" and was out of there in 30 minutes without drooling. (The pain was minimal. I'm no martyr.) No more dentistry for a while, I hope!
Sympathy goes out to our tatting friend Fox, after the death of her beloved Burmilla cat, Misha. Misha was often featured in her blog posts. I feel for her - you all know how I love my kitties. Pets are wonderful, such unconditional love.
Enjoy the spring!