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Restarting my relationship with an old friend!

January 31, 2015

 

 

I found this in my cross stitch organiser. What a surprise!

I started stitching in 1991. Since then I’ve raised two children, moved to another city, and lived a lot of life!

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The caption will read: If all our troubles were hung on a line; You’d take yours and I’ll take mine. ” I’ve always loved that saying.

I am not sure if I will frame it when complete. It may decide to become a cushion or something else.

What do you think I ought to do with it?

Picking up an old project is like meeting an old friend for coffee. Memories come alive with every sip and with each stitch.

Which project from your past will you pick up?

Happy stitching 🙂

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 1, 2015 8:42 am

    I needlepoint and had a similar journey. I was once my son was old enough to be busier than I was I stopped stitching. Now he’s grown and a married father and lo and behold I have some time!

    • February 1, 2015 3:35 pm

      This is the great part about aging. As the kids begin their own life journeys, we can return to our loves. For me, that means lots of stitching!

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