It seems I'm even late for detention!
"They only met online, but it changed their lives forever"
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This is my first time participating in the fabulous brainchild of Jo at Serendipitous Stitching and chiara at the grey tail. I have really been enjoying reading everyone else's posts, though...I love hearing about local language and customs!!
The first "H" word I have for you is a typical Southern greeting...no, it's not "Howdy"...it's "Hey." It's also the thing that Stormtroopers yell when they see someone doing something, rather than trying to stop them!
When I was a teenager, I'm pretty sure I had this conversation more times than I'd like to admit:
Me: "Hey, y'all."
Friend 1: "Hey."
Friend 2: "Hey."
Yep, those were some articulate times.
And now for some H-related stitching!
During my hiatus, I went to Hardanger University. This is my in-progress Hardanger class piece from Meg Shinall:
And here is a barely-started Heirloom Sampler in a Year by Linda Driskell, sold by Nordic Needle. I did one of her other samplers-in-a-year and really enjoyed it...I even finished it! Is anyone else doing this one?
I found an actual finish that starts with "H"...this is my hedgehog, Tilly!
Of course, the last H is me...geeky Heather! =D
Well, that's all I have time for...check back next month for ramblings about the letter "I"!
|If you'd like to see more Alphabet Club posts, check out chiara's link-up post!|