Can you believe it!! July is here. We have six more weeks of summer vacation then we are back to school in Texas. Whew, the time has flown by. The my older kids have already attended Science Camp at River Bend Nature Center and the baby went to Camp Noah, a camp for learning disabled kids for a week. Later this month we have soccer camp and art camp at the Kemp Center for the Arts. Then dad and I are taking the oldest two to Iowa for the 50th anniversary of Knoxville Nationals Sprint Car Race to see our favorite driver and friend Joey Saldana. That should be a great trip and adventure since this is our first time to Iowa. We will be staying in Pella, little town that is known for its Dutch Heritage and as the boyhood home of Wyatt Earp.
I have been stitching quite a bit and really enjoying it. I do most of my stitching while waiting for my daughter during her therapy sessons--it is a good way to pass the time. I would have to say that July has been a good stitching month for me. It was slow getting to this point but I am making up for lost time. In early June I completed a biscornu for Pirjo in Finland as part of a swap-bot exchange, sorry no photo. Here is some other things I have stitched with photos.