Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Early morning views...


The sun coming through our front window cast some lovely shadows this morning. 

I continue to stitch a bit here and there on HEIOTS. Some days I feel like I'm getting somewhere...other days, not so much.

  

Most importantly, I still enjoy stitching on this huge piece. I always feel better when a motif appears where there was plain linen the day before.  


This long legged fellow dropped by to greet the day with us. 


It's not unusual to see these guys walking around the neighborhood.  They move so slowly, but can take flight in an instant if need be.


The morning sun rays hit a favorite photo of mine. My girl giving her Ted a kiss. That little pucker gets me every time! I had this photo cut as a silhouette when a well known silhouette artist was in our area years ago. Where does the time go?


And speaking of silhouettes, this gent looks toward a new day.

Hope all is well.

Enjoy the day,
Robyn



14 comments:

  1. Hi Robyn,
    Your stitched piece is so beautiful in the morning light and I have always admired it so much!! So happy you are still enjoying it and the message is always a comfort, I'm sure!!
    Your visitor is so stately and how nice it was for him to stop by for a short visit!! LOVE the photo of Annie and her dear little bear and what a sweet memory!! I love silhouettes too, and have a small collection of them that I enjoy!! One of your dear girl must be extra special indeed!!
    Hope you both enjoy your week, my friend!
    Heart Hugs~
    Julie xo

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    1. Thanks for coming by, my friend. Since our neighbors took down a few of their trees we get a lot more light. I'd rather have the trees! I'll have to find that silhouette of Annie...stay tuned.
      Robyn xo

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  2. What a beautiful sunny day and to be greeted by this guy makes it even better! We’re greeted by Cardinals, Robins and huge Crows.
    Love your cross-stitch picture, thought about giving it a shot, but not for sure I would ever finish such a huge project.
    Continue on and have a great day!

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    1. This sampler requires lots of time...and discipline. The colors make it all worth while! Hope we will be seeing robins soon as they wing their way North. Thanks for visiting!
      Robyn

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  3. What a sweet photo. You've made excellent progress on the monster! It won't be long before it graces a wall.

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    1. Hoping to finish in 2020! Thanks for visiting and hope you are feeling better.
      Robyn

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  4. That is a large project! What a sweet picture a nice way to greet the day. I would be happy to see green grass.
    Cathy

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    1. Hi, Cathy...just about everything stays green in Florida all year. The azaleas are already blooming!
      Thanks for coming by.
      Robyn

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  5. love to hear from you! you're stitching is beautiful ~ it will be an heirloom, so no need to rush through it my friend ~
    L

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  6. Thanks, Lori...I love to stitch on HEIOTS because the colors are so beautiful. Hoping to finish in 2020.
    Thanks for visiting,
    Robyn

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  7. Oh Robyn, ‘His eye is on the Sparrow’ is simply gorgeous ! Enjoy each moment of this amazing piece. There is something very gratifying to have a stitching project always at the ready. It’s very grounding.
    Precious photo of Annie.
    Rose

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  8. It is a lovely stitch...and every little motif that appears is a small victory. Thanks for the visit.
    Robyn

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  9. I am in total awe every time I see someone working on that sampler. You are making progress.
    Sweet pic of Annie :)

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  10. That is one huge sampler. Kudos to you for working on it. We have egrets as our Summer visitors. Janice

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