Monday, September 29, 2008

Never my plans come true

Goodmorning everybody!

Remember how I planned yesterday a long day at the computer to finish my kit etc.?? Forget it! Jan was on the couch, cuddled up in his bedcover, I think he catched a cold or so, and I was in the room completely prepared to go on with all I wanted and then ... knock... knock on the window.
Who was there? Rob, Jan's brother with his son! Awefully nice of him to check how we were doing, but for me and Jan it wasn't the right moment. Well, of course they came in and had something to drink. All by all they didn;t stay too long but I think it was at least for an hour or so. My whole day broken up. So you see, it's better I make no schedule and plans, because 9 times out of 10 they don't work out. Still I managed to finish the kit, but it isn;t now a very big one. I even started with a new one, but there has still to be done some work on it.

Yesterday evening I went on with the crochet thing, it is pogression slow, but sure. I am making larger squares so it looks as if it is going rather quick. But I still need to make a lot of them! It doesn;t matter, I like to have my hands busy when I watch the tv. When the blanket is ready one day, I shall try to make a picture of it and show it to you, okay?

Here is the kit I finished yesterday, it is with wolves in it and I namend it "On the Steppes". It is a bit dark of colour, but I thought these colours just fitted weel with the wolve's pictures. Up to you to decide if you like it. I hope you will have a fine day and that the plans you made will smoothly be executed, LOL.

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Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 29 Sep [LA 12:00am, NY 02:00am, UK 07:00am, OZ 05:00pm] ).

Edna B said...

What a gorgeous kit, Kyra. I have a friend who just loves wolves, so now I will have to scrap her a new page. Thank you so much, hugs, Edna B.

Becky Jo said...

Kyra, hello! Beautiful kit. TFS! Wolves go with some of the Native American things I have for making cards. Hugs!!