I forgot to mention last week about some more of my girl's achievements, I am very proud of them. Becki passed her Grade 4 Tap exam with a B grade (infact only 4 marks off an A) she was really pleased considering she thought she had failed it! Laura got enrolled as a Young Leader at Rainbows and Guides, tomorrow she is taking the Rainbows (5 - 7 year olds) to The Sealife Centre in Birmingham... they are going on the bus!
I didn't manage a lot of stitching yesterday as I seem to have come down with another cold, at first I thought it was hay fever as I had been in the garden a lot... but now I just think it is a cold. I feel better tonight so I can continue with my stitching, it is Country Idyll again this week.
Laura's card is also nearly complete, all the stitching is done but I need some gold beads and I don't seem to have any left. So I'll finish it as soon as I get some more, in the mean time I must start Becky's. There was a lovely free gift in the World of Cross Stitching this month called "Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady," I want to start that too for Becky's favourite teacher who is leaving next term, she teaches her Maths and it is because of her that Becky has improved so much in Maths, she'll be missed!
Until next time,