Friday, August 26, 2011

happy if anxious Friday

My stitching is taking on a nervous, time passing feeling. I know so many people who are in the path of Hurricane Irene now making it's way up the east coast I feel guilty being under hot blue skies here six hours inland.

Yesterday, the computer track of the storm put the eye of the hurricane passing directly over the Lower Hudson Valley region where my family is and the beach camp at Point Judith, RI. I can only hope the weather pundits are over reacting to cover their collective asses as they seem to be doing regularly.

This is the center back of the shirt I'm working on..no one will be sneaking up on me when I'm wearing it.

11 comments:

  1. OH OH OH OH OH a definite marker of current time and events!
    Don't we as Moms have the proverbial eye somewhere in the back? Perfect.

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  2. Well, for it was I have eyes in the back of my head. But a nice watchful eye in the middle of my back would work just as well! I LOVE it!

    ;-) Debi

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  3. eye, eye, eye...how appropriate.

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  4. What a wonderful eye to stitch through the eye of the storm.
    Keeping good thoughts for your family.

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  5. Hoping that your family and friends are safe through the storm... I know a few folk back there, and it makes me glad I'm way over here where we aren't in the path! And your eye is ominous... like the eye of a hurricane!

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  6. Super cool. Love this. Lookslike you've been busy.

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  7. Oh what a fantastic eye, it looks at me as I write this comment, you make so many wonderful embroidery.
    Anni

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  8. Anonymous2:10 AM

    a wise all-knowing, all-telling, watchful eye- we could all use one of these! my sister's in RI & fine, hoping your family is too.

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  9. Lovely embroidery. I also really like your "RĂªver 3" piece.
    best, nadia

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  10. Anonymous10:23 AM

    this is fabulous!

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A hot mess

Right after this sunset, the pink moon peeked over the opposite horizon for a few minutes before it was swallowed whole by a thunder...

Play it again Sam.