Yes, I've finally started my section of Margaret's Neighborhood. I'm carrying over from Vonna's front porch with a portion of "Country Garden" from the July/August 1988 Cross Stitch and Country Crafts magazine and will settle my little Victorian house in the background. I borrowed a pamphlet from Connie, leaflet 15 Bette Ashley Designs, "Street Scene" Vol. 1 which has five houses and a church of varying Victorian styles. This leaflet was published back in 1987, so I'm really hearkening back to my cross-stitch roots! :D
I've been working out in the garden some this week. Spending time outdoors in the fresh spring air and sunshine makes me feel so much better than I did during those short, winter days. This morning I brought a bounty of blooms into the house to fill several vases. This one is my favorite. The aroma from these roses is astounding.
What's up for this weekend? Well, it's birthday time once again. Grandson Jaeger turned 3 on Tuesday and DD Mystie's birthday is Sunday, so they're hosting a brunch Saturday morning. After that, DH and Kirsten are attending the kayak festival, the twins will be going to a special karate class with the sensei from Spokane, and I'm sure Brendan will come up with something. As for me, I'll be stitching away on that round robin!
Hope your weekend plans include some fun and relaxation. :)