I'm posting this update a few days later than I had intended to because I just couldn't put it down! I even stitched on it in the evenings a couple of times, something I don't normally do as I stitch a lot during the day so am quite tired by the evening and usually nod off. Click on the picture for a better view.
The chart stash wagon challenge is going well. When I want something new to do I just go "shopping" in my huge chart stash, like this morning when I dug out a chart from my Repertoire des Frises book. I'm using one of the threads that I, or rather Keith, bought on Saturday as a treat, DMC 111. I just want something small to do this week as a change from Floralie, which is on a large hoop that makes my hand ache. At least, hopefully, you'll get something new to look at when it's finished.
The weather here has improved slightly. We've had a mixture of sun and showers over the weekend and areas that were flooded are starting to dry out. On Tuesday the River Sow, which flows through Stafford, burst it's banks and parts of the town, including Sainsbury's car park and Victoria park, were under water. It took Keith a while to get out of Stafford, on his way home from the station, as the town became grid locked with traffic trying to find alternative dry routes home. I did hear this morning that this weather is set to continue for a while, I do hope that's proved to be wrong!
Thanks for all your comments on my cards, I shall have some more to show you later in the week.