Life goes on much as usual. We've had a couple of people viewing the house, but nothing has come of it. The estate agent came to visit yesterday and can't really understand why it's not selling, as people seem to like the house, so it's probably just because of the current climate in the housing market. We've dropped the price again, but that's the last time. If we still don't sell in the next 6 weeks we shall take it off the market and try again next year.
It's a lovely sunny morning here, which makes a change from all the rain and the dull, dull days we've been having. I've been taking my regular daily walk come rain or shine, and doing my exercises, but that's about the height of excitement at the moment! I'm off to see the physiotherapist again today, so perhaps he'll add to the fun by giving me some more or different exercises. Can't wait!
We watched the Paralympics Opening Ceremony on Saturday and were enchanted, it was so different from the Olympics but still terrific. The BBC are covering lots of the action too, which is so much better than previous years.
I've managed to get quite a bit of sewing done. I've made this needlecase using a lovely cross stitch pattern but cannot for thelife of me track down where I got it from. If anybody recognises it please let me know as I would like to acknowledge the designer.
Here's Rosie checking out my progress on the Secret Santa swap. Having finished all my projects for the Stitcher's Angel swap I'm now on to that one, and making pretty good progress. It's a wall hanging with lots of machine applique, which I'm enjoying much more than hand applique.
And finally, I've made the armchair caddy designed by Helen of Hugs'n kisses.
I need to find something to put on the back to stop it slipping off the arm of our leather sofa. Any ideas? It should be jolly useful though.