Wednesday, April 30, 2014

boat rockers

Don't be shocked..stitching!

This is the first time I've used any of my own hand-dyed thread and I like it. Picking this piece up and working it was prompted by disturbances in the force.

The mailman brought a buttload of tax related grief from the state of GA that will have to be attended to by a professional and, this morning, I had to take Voodoo to the vet to have a swelling on his jaw looked at.

Although there was a shortage of evidence, we are treating it as an abscess. The other possibility is a tumor of some kind and I don't want to think along those lines. For now, we'll see what a fist full of shots and two bottles of pink medicine can do for him.

5 comments:

Joanne S said...

I am reminded of settling my father's estate... and the tax man. Sigh. Just know that you do eventually get past this. You do!

jude said...

geez.

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

Hated tax man! I hope all will turn out well for Voodoo... I remember having to dispense the pink stuff to my Bubba several years ago. Smelled like bubblegum and he hated it! But he got over it... just turned 10 this month. Meanwhile, I'm loving your thread - beautiful colors!

Joan@CopperCreeker said...

some of my favorite colors. lovely :)
i remember all the hassle of paper work when mom died. as someone else said... it does pass and it does get better.

Morna Crites-Moore * Wicked Waif said...

Gorgeous color - O' Thread, I dub thee Tequila Sunrise. :-)

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