Thank you to all who read and /or commented on last weeks posting. This is what I have been up to in the last week.
Prairie Schooler Alphabet
This is where I left it last week
Froggy Bingo - The Ultimate Cross Stitch Group
Lest We Forget
This SAL ran from Friday to Sunday in The Ultimate Cross Stitch Group to acknowledge Remembrance/Veteran's Day which I know are on this weekend in the UK, Canada and the US. I chose to work on Summer Ball and below is where I left it last time I stitched on it
I did not work on Siren and the Shipwreck which is for Mervember in Mira Mira on the Wall group but will try and do some on it this week. I did have one session on my ATC's but I do have until the end of the month to get those done so I am not panicking yet.
I continued reading Someone to Love by Mary Balogh and I am still enjoying it I will finish that book this week. I also read from both Rebecca and The Cottingley Fairies at bedtime depending on what my eyes could tolerate. Generally if I am very tired I read from the Kindle. I also started reading the non fiction book The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell. I have had this on my Kindle since before my daughter went to Denmark for nine months two years ago and it was only I heard it mentioned on a Book Tube video and I thought well I don't have a non fiction read at the moment so why not. I also managed to read about 40 pages of War and Peace, now this book I made great strides with during July only to lose my momentum when I was about 75% through the book. It is now a goal to get it finished before the end of the year. I did not listen to any of the audio book The Angel Tree by Lucinda Riley this week and I must rectify that so that I don't forget what has happened in the story so far.
Finally I have not been feeling too bright for about the last month and most days have been a struggle. Well last week I went back to the doctors to discuss my blood test results and it turns out I am quite anaemic and also have low B12 so I am now on supplements of both. I am only three days in and so far I am not seeing any improvement in my energy levels but I am hoping that within two weeks I should notice the difference - or at least I hope so. I struggle to get to 10 pm at night which is the time we retire to bed. It also does not help that I am wide awake come 5.30 am. So I am hoping my energy levels do improve in the near future and I feel able to do more, everything is an effort at the moment. Anyway that is enough of my woes.
So until next week