Spring Break for Bryce Eleanor, no kindergarten on Friday. We took a nice walk. Our walks go something like this: Bryce Eleanor runs. I judge that to be far enough and yell, "Freeze!" I catch up, then release her to run again. Repeat. I get to walk at a reasonable pace. She gets to run and work off energy. We both have a good time.
We also played with blocks and puzzles, of course. And she (not I) dismembered Erin and Amelia's old Barbie dolls. I'm useful when she wants them re-assembled. Not sure but what there is some resemblance to Dr. Moreau in this process as I doubt all of the legs are on the original bodies.
Her dad came to pick her up around 4:30 to take her to soccer practice. I'm sure she worked off the rest of her excess energy there.
I've been doing more reading than embroidering lately, but did get the weekly TAST stitch worked into a couple of prayer flags in progress. This week's stitch is the barred chain stitch. I think it would have worked better with a very fine perle cotton than with the embroidery floss.
Deepa's honeycomb chain stitching in the right hand corner. Not an impressive attempt; will have to work on it.