Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Tuesday brings...

...another day of possibilities and wonderfulness - birds singing and sparkle sunshine .... see I can do positive!!! It often seems that I tend to ramble on in a less than positive and uplifting vein of thought - or so I have been told by certain persons who shall remain anonymous...but you know who you are - orchid man!! :) I know I do tend to dwell on the negative - but it is just a part of the charm that is me!!! :)

The mail brought some really nice goodies - starting off with my receiving Carol R's re-stitched QFFRR - the colours she chose are just lovely!! Included in the package are a set of the best floss tags with my name and little black sheep's all over them - here is a snap -

Those tags are just the cutest!!!

The mail also brought my first installment in the acquisition of silk for "Shores of Hawk Run Hallow."


Since there is very little re-use of silk between the VoHRH and Shores I am needing to get quite a few skeins so I am breaking up the spending across a few purchases. I am still in the way back thinking about what linen I will stitch it on - and think should I go for the yellow that is recommended....I have read how well the colours of the silk just pop on it but can I work on a piece of yellow/gold fabric for months.......

I also said that I would show a snap of the little print I got over the weekend -



It is an old print in a old frame that is probably original together as the paper backing looks to never have been disturbed. It is hanging in our stairway landing where all of my icons and things hang together, and fits right in.

Two of the movies that I saw over the weekend are - "The Darjeeling Limited" - 2007 - about a journey of three brothers in search of the wandering mother played by Anjelica Huston. Along the way the brothers work on themselves and each other. The trip is taken across India on a train (and we all know how I love a good train movie) There are some really spectacular moments in the film. It is a visual feast and the score is great also. Another movie was "Stage Struck" - 1958 a remake of an earlier the film "Morning Glory" - 1933. This version with Susan Stasberg, Henry Fonda , Joan Greenwood and Herbert Marshall had some interesting moments - but overall the overacting and chewing up of every moment she was on screen Susan Strasberg made this film almost impossible to watch. This is one film that I would not watch again.

I have tweeked the SBBC info and posted it on that Blog - I will be taking sign ups starting on August 29 and close them on September 26th with partners names/info being sent out the following week - If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks for stopping by!!

Take care,
edgar

7 comments:

Vonna said...

I don't think you are negative Edgar...bad things happen to good people and it seems in the two RR's that you've taken part in there's been a bad egg that's popped up in both of them :(

I love your print that you got too!

You always make me laugh and today is no exception! I just said to my daughter Katie - who woke on the wrong side of the bed today - that she needed to smile because the sun was shining, birds were singing and Mama loves her...she didn't think I was funny....

valerie said...

That print is a total garage sale find. I love it.

And those floss tags Carol made are just the cutest with the black sheep and little flowers!

My QFRR will go in the mail tomorrow. Finally finished late last night. Just need to take a snap, post and get my package together. Yay!

Annemarie said...

Fantastic floss tags! And the silks for The Shores oHRH are just scrumptious!

Lisa said...

Hi Edgar,
I've been reading your blog for a few weeks now and your stitching is Fantastic :) You aren't negative at all! It's just the way blogs are. I seem to have a negative tone on my blog sometimes and I think it's because I worry and IRL I don't voice them but on my blog I do.

Becky K in OK said...

Your new floss tags are just too cute.

DaisyGirl said...

Hi sweetie! I awarded you! You are never negative in my eyes!
Donna

Creative Chaos said...

Wow, Edgar , you're such a lucky guy to get such a bunch of the most lovely thread drops i've ever seen !!!
Patti xx