Now that summer is starting to fade, I am finding my stitching mojo on the increase. I have picked up Curly Q Ewe and have started working on her for a little bit most evenings. She's coming along slowly but surely.
Thanks to all those who emailed or left a comment after the recent Christchurch earthquake. It is still very hard to believe such a beautiful city has been devastated and so many people have been killed, injured, displaced and traumatised (my relatives were all OK).
Hundreds of stories have come out of the disaster that bring tears to your eyes for so many different reasons. There have been stories of great sadness but also of courage, bravery, people helping others, foreign assistance and phenomenal amounts of money being fundraised in the wake of the disaster.
You might recall from my last post that the day of the earthquake I had just returned from up north. It didn't seem right to share photos of my holiday at the time, but I have made a little mosaic to share with you now. Hope you like them.
(The photos are of Taupo, Orakei Korako geothermal area, Waitomo caves and Tongariro National Park).
Have a great weekend.
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