Tuesday, July 20, 2010


This is the third book I am reading this month. I finished two stories in a book of three, and the number 14 of Janet Evonovich books. They are so funny. Stephanie Plum, the character is always in trouble. They really do make you laugh. Every one gets better. I buy all Catherine Coulter books as soon as they are out in paperback. Love the characters in her books also. I'm about half way through.
My squaw is coming right along. It seems way easier to follow than the Warrior was. Not sure why that is. Happy stitching and reading to all of you.
Today is Mamogram day for me.


Heidi said...

See...I told you you read tons each month. I only have one finished this month. Your indian is looking great. You will have her done in no time. No fun that you have to go have a mammogram but I hope it is over quickly.

Love and hugs ~

Susan in SC said...

Women are always easier to deal with than men! LOL!! Just kidding. She is beautiful and will look as nice with your warrior. You are busy with stitching and reading. I need to add these authors to my list. Sounds like we like the same type of books!

hazel said...

Your indian is looking nice Nancy and I am sure you will have it finished soon. Hope all goes well with the mammogram, I had tests for bowel cancer a couple of weeks back results came back today - all clear- thankfully.

Take care,
Hazel (UK)

Linda said...

Nancy...I must try CC, I've never read her but I'm thinking since you like her I would too.

Oh, your squaw stitch is coming right along...such pretty colors.

Hope your test goes quickly, my turn next month....hugs, Linda

Saskia said...

Sounds like a good book! And I like the progress of the indian. It's looking very pretty. Got myself a little into cross stitch now. Didn't do that for many years. Even started a crochet project too...
I hope the mammogram was over very quickly today. And I hope the results come back good too

Nanny Ree said...

Oh my goodness what a lot of colours to work with it looks lovely Marie x

Elly said...

That will become a lovely Indian woman. You read 3 books in 1 month? Great. I packed 6 books for holiday and hope I can finish 1 or 2 :)
Tomorrow we are leaving for 2 weeks in Germany. And in only 2 months I will have a cup of tea with you!
Hugs en groetjes

angelasweby said...

You are making really good progress on your beautiful Indian. I don't think you will be long finishing it :>)
I will be thinking of you today and sending good wishes. It will be good to get it behind you.
Hugs Angela

Brigitte said...

I love to see your progress on the Indian woman. It's a beautiful piece and certainly a fun stitch with all the different colours it uses.
At the moment I'm in the reading mode rather than in the stitching mode. And as our summer holidays have started I try to read as many books as possible. I will look for the books of the author you mention.

Carolien said...

It looks great and I love the colors!

Bye, Carolien