Thursday, February 9, 2012

A visit from the "Frog"!

Oh yes the dreaded “frog” came to visit.  You will notice in the previous post my Nora Corbett piece looked like this:
And this is what it looks like today:
I had to tear out a huge portion of the white and some of the green.  You would think with 40+ years of cross stitching I could count!  LOL!  Just goes to show anyone can have one of those days when sewing.
Here is the Guardian Angel by L&L.  Coming along very nicely and no frogging!
Now let’s enjoy a laugh with Miss Sylvia!  We bought her some kitty grass to nibble on.  It is sitting on the window sill to sprout and little Miss Nosy had to check it out.
And here Jack placed the sheets on the bed to be folded in a few minutes.  Now what self respecting cat could resist such a wonderful surprise!
And here just napping on the loveseat on her piece of velvet.  Ahh, the life of a princess is so tiring!
Thank you so much for visiting and come again!  Huggles and blessings.


Grace on the Narrow Path said...

My sweet friend. Just stopping by to say "Hi".
Sylvia is so cute!!! I love the picture below of the heart on bellyside. LOL You should crop that one and make cards from it.
Also love the beautiful Gaurdian Angel with babe. So beautiful ... you are very talented.

Margaret said...

Ahhh, your fur baby has some black on her paws just like mine! Isn't that fun? I love the little black paw pads. :D Cute pictures! Sorry the frog visited you. I think no matter how long we've been stitching, that frog comes to visit at least once in a while. I love your stitching though. Beautiful pieces!

Maggie Ann said...

A cat is a queen for sure! And that rich purring they give is such a cozy treat to hear. It's like saying 'all's right with the world'.....we wish it was! Have a nice day Michelle.....

merumo said...

Cute kitty!But I will have to remind her not to touch your lovely stitching pieces!! And thank you for visiting my blog. Ms. Limo sends you a warm doggie hug!!

Pumpkin said...

I've heard 'the frog' has been going around! Sorry he stopped at your place. Your stitching is coming along beautifully.

Love the pictures of Sylvia :O)

Barbara said...

Just for him!