After last year's drought, we appreciate rain, and given the dramatic and dangerous weather that parts of Texas and Oklahoma endured Monday, we are grateful that all we received was rain. An 80% chance for more rain today.
I worked on a couple of prayer flags yesterday and got in some reading time as well, so staying in and watching the rain in comfort was quite pleasant. That is--after I got over the generalized anxiety that sometimes occurs when there is a sudden change in barometric pressure.
When the anxiety hits, I'm restless and unfocused, unable to settle down and get anything done. After a little yoga, I was able to sit down with needle and thread and enjoyed myself.
This is a glimpse of one of flags I'm working on at the moment. This week's TAST stitch is the barbed chain, and I've managed to work it in on the left. I'm including this stitch in the other flag I'm working on, too.
Trying to my book blog back on track after a dry spell of little reading and less reviewing.
Reviewed Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey. Have a review scheduled for The Invisible Ones by Stef Penney. Reading How Firm a Foundation by David Weber the 4th in the Safehold series. Three really good ones in a row.
I'm debating about how badly I need groceries because I'm not eager to get out in the rain.
Have a great day!