Tuesday, June 01, 2010

such a cutie


No stitching to share today. :-) When I got home from work on Friday afternoon, I just dropped my computer bag and walked away. This morning all I had time to do was fly out the door to make my train. I did want to stitch so I started on Mr. F. But nothing really to show because I didn't have his chart on me so all I could do was stitch the black border. Not of course because I planned ahead but because I never even took Ms. Fred out of the bag so I had the linen and silk still on me. :-) Not sure if I'll continue on him or not. The plan was not to but to start work on one of the six gifts that I have to have done by December. But that will be determined if I can get the canvas into my bag for my commute. If it fits I'll work on that, if it doesn't, I'll work on something else on the trian.

Isn't that the cutest photo of Clancy? Unfortunatly though that photo is the highlight of our agility trial. :-) We only had one Standard run each day and on Saturday I pulled him off a jump causing him to drop the bar (NQ) on Sunday my non-agility Clancy showed up to play or not to play as was the case. He stunk. There is always next week.





9 comments:

Alice said...

Good thing he's so cute!

Kelly said...

Clancy is looking good!! He is a cutie!

Margaret said...

Clancy is adorable, whether he does well or not!

Theresa said...

Clancy is totally adorable!!!!!

MyLifesAStitch said...

That is a really great pic of Clancy! Sorry he was a stinker. :(

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Clancy is a good looking winner in our book! We love him dearly!

Julie M said...

Awesome picture of Clancy! He looks so happy!

Cari said...

Love, love, love the pic of Clancy!! He is so much fun!! Have a great week!

Sherry said...

I was thinking about this post and my commute. I don't drive that far but sometimes I am on the road for 40 minutes...how nice that would be to stitch away that time...but there is no transit systems here. I do listen to books on tape or sing my heart out. Love the finish - and look forward to seeing what you decide to stitch next.