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Thursday, March 25, 2021

🍀🌈St. Patrick's Day Stitching

 Hi friends! I am still stitching St. Patrick's Day patterns over here. March is always a month to honor my Irish heritage.💚 This is a very old 🍀freebie from The Sampler Girl. 🍀

I omitted the date on the very bottom, lower right and put in a cross from an Irish pattern from Hands On Design from a 2015 pattern I have. Stitched one over two on 40 ct mystery linen.

🍀Irish Soda Bread🍀

Recipe courtesy of dear Sharon 💚  This was my first time baking Soda Bread. And the first time we all had it! It was delicious!

🍀🌈St. Patrick's Day Freebie from eastcoast.crafter 🌈🍀

Stitched two over two with DMC and VMSS on light mint green 28ct evenweave.

I have one more St. Patrick's Day piece I need to finish up.

This was a fantastic audio book! This story follows the life of Elisa, a young woman in Texas who discovers courage and strength during the Dust Bowl. This focuses mainly on the relationship between mother and daughter. It also exposes problems of racism and classism that occurred during this time due to the have and have-nots.

My back pain is slightly less. The numbness in my left leg is barely improved. I do have an appointment with a physiatrist for next month. Brian found another well rated doctor and he had openings sooner than the other doctor, so I am going with him. I would rather be seen a month sooner! Not sure what the treatment will be, but first I need to be seen! Perhaps a steroid injection?

“For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, mutual affection; and to mutual affection, love. For if you possess these qualities in increasing measure, they will keep you from being ineffective and unproductive in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.” 2 Peter 1:5-8

Thank you for stopping by. I hope and pray you are well and safe. Have a good weekend my friends!

Stitching and praying,

Vickie



I actually made this neck tie as a gift for my niece's dog, I did not realize it was WAY TOO SMALL FOR HIM!🙄 SO Little Henry got an Easter neck tie! And of course, I made another BIG one for Lenny, my niece's lab mix.🐾🖤


14 comments:

Barb said...

Love all your pretty St.Patrick's Day stitching. That is a book I plan to either read or listen to. Our library has huge backups so it will be awhile. Glad your back is better. I would be very interested in how that Dr. works.

butterfly said...

Wonderful St Patrick stitching ,love what you have stitched.
Good to hear your back is a little better .
Hope you get on ok with the doctors .
Hugs.

Marilyn said...

Cute St. Pat's finishes.
Henry is too cute in his tie.
I hope you find an answer to your back problem soon.
Marilyn

Stasi said...

Your St. Patrick's Day stitching is grand!

Robin in Virginia said...

Lovely March stitches, Vickie! I am glad Brian was able to find you another physiatrist who can see you sooner. Wishing you a fabulous Friday! You are in my thoughts and prayers, my friend.

diamondc said...

Vickie: That neck tie is so cute, he looks so handsome.
I like both of the Irish designs, My grandmother was born in Ireland.
So sorry to hear about your pain, I hope you get relief soon.
Beautiful Scripture.
Have a beautiful week-end.

Catherine

MartinaM said...

A nice little pillow, and the cross goes very well with the whole motif.
Your bread looks delicious.
I keep praying for you and hope that you will soon be healthy again.
Hugs and happy Weekend, Martina

Manuela said...

So wonderful finishes for March. I like the little pillow.
Your bread looks very yummy.
A very cute photo from Henry.
Have a nice weekend. Manuela

Ele said...

Little Henry looks so handsome with his neck tie!
Beautiful stitching Vickie, and your soda bread looks yummy... I should try baking one.
Hope you are already feeling better
love

Mary said...

Love your St. Patricks Day stitching! Both pillows are very sweet. Henry is adorable in his tie! I surely hope you get some relief soon from your pain, will pray this next Dr. can help you. I love Irish Soda bread and bake it year round. Take care.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Wonderful finishes for St Patrick's Month! How cute does Henry look too?
Hope this new doctor can come up with something to help you.

Faith... said...

Love the St. Patrick pieces and the dog's tie! Glad you are having a little less pain and I hope the appointment will help with the rest.

Jackie's Stitches said...

Henry couldn't be more adorable in that cute tie!!!

Astrids dragon said...

You certainly went all out for St. Patrick's Day, everything looks great. Awe, little Henry looks very dashing in his tie!
I didn't realize it will be a different Dr you'll be seeing, but I'm so glad you don't have to wait so long.