Thursday, December 31, 2015

An Herbal Break!

My Project for the Winter!
Well, since I blogged each day of December, I have decided to take a break for a time.  I'm not sure if it will be all of January or possibly longer.  You see I was in my cross-stitch stash (patterns and fabrics) the other night and I have some really great projects, but the project above is my greatest challenge.  And every time I mention doing another project, he reminds of this project!  Near and dear to his heart!  The Herbal Husband became a naturalized citizen in 1992 and a friend charted a sampler for him and I am the stitcher!  I haven't kept my end of the project up too well!  It is a project I just can't do 15 minutes at a time.  I need big chunks of time to work on it and get in a rhythm.

I may pop up periodically when I have something to say and maybe it will be about savory since I do have more to say on that topic.  So bear with me as I take an herbal break and work on cross-stitch and my presentation for March!  BTW, I will be around and please if you have any questions or comments about herbs, I will always be available to answer!  Hope you are having a great day!  Talk to you later!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all of your posts! I have been following your blog for years, but have only been commenting occasionally. I appreciate all the work you have put into it, and I continue to browse the archives when I have a chance. There is so much useful information!
I wish you a well-deserved break, and hope your project comes together with ease. Have a wonderful New Year's Eve, and a productive 2016!! As for me, I shall curl up with my seed catalogs and a cup of herbal tea!! God Bless!
Bev xoxo

Lemon Verbena Lady said...

Thanks dear Bev! Enjoy those seed catalogs and herbal tea! A happy and healthy 2016 to you and your family! xo

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Oh my gosh, that stitchery is some undertaking. I still have a counted cross-stitch unfinished and it may just stay that way. :-)

I almost feel like taking time off too from the computer. There are things I really need to do and I've been spending way too much time on the computer the past three years.

May you and HH have a wonderful 2016 ~ FlowerLady

taylorsoutback said...

January seems to call for curling up at home with in depth projects one can linger over - enjoy your time - its like recharging the batteries. I know the feeling. We should have a UFO (unfinished objects) hot line to each other - my long ago quilt of 1995 needs to be wrapped up - just needs a bit more hand quilting and the binding. Time to get things done!!! Besides, it will be Spring before we know it:-)

Lemon Verbena Lady said...

Happy New Year to you dear FL! Yes I just have to try and power through it if I can so I can get to the easier stuff! xo

Let me be your inspiration TO! I'll send a photo each week. I think the photo in the post is my starting point, I need to pull it out and look! Happy New Year to you and Mr. Outback!xo