Sunday, June 18, 2017

Weekly Stitching

I worked on my Sister's project this week, Suteki. I left off back here in March, just beginning on the second row:
And considering how confetti-heavy it is, I made a fair amount of progress this week:
I will say, for the first time in forever (damn, now I've got that bloody song in my head), I am actually enjoying working on this project. Maybe the first row was just sucky or maybe I'm just getting used to all the confetti or maybe because I want to finish it so I can give my Sister something instead of the other way around. I'm not real sure...I'm not sure of too much right now.

I should really switch over to Happy Haunts for the rest of the month, especially since I did nothing on it last month, but I'm still feeling pretty into Suteki, so I may continue on with her. Guess we'll see how I feel tomorrow. Duty rarely wins out over want with me.

It's still too early to determine if the Wellbutrin is working, but I am feeling a bit testy already and that's usually a bad sign. I'm going to hope it is because of the antibiotics for my gums interfering. I only have one of those left though, so I should know better within another week. Something sure as heck is interfering with my Zanaflex, because I am barely sleeping except for yesterday...I didn't manage to wake up until 4 pm (although I didn't go to sleep Friday night, or Saturday morning I should say, until 4 am). That really affected my stitching time yesterday. I could have done way better with two full days instead of one. Maybe that's why I want another week with her.


Linda said...

Wow Keiley. Awesome progress. Hope the meds help soon. I actually managed to do 3388 stitches in Mad Hatter this week.


Mii Stitch said...

Great progress!!!
I think you should keep working on that one until the row is done.
Your sister is going to love it.

Khristine Doiron said...

Super progress!!! And I hope you get feeling better soon!

Tiffstitch said...

Excellent progress, especially considering the sleep deprivation and rebound. I hope things are more settled for you after another week and we'll see which one needs to be worked on more then.

Emma Louise said...

It does look like a very confetti heavy project so it's great progress! I hope they find some meds that work for you soon

Goofin' Off Around the Block said...

I think that's some pretty amazing progress. I had to go check out on the HAED website what the finished piece will look like. It's going to be pretty fantastic when you're done. Oh, and is that a Captain America needle minder? Because I love Cap. Hope when you're done with the antibiotics that you feel better. I continue to send positive thoughts your way every day. --Andrea

Justine said...

Awesome progress! I hope you decide to to stick with her for now.
Sorry to read about your continuing medication issues. I hope you can achieve some balance soon.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

This is looking amazing! I love the colours in this one.

Kerryp77 said...

Great progress that's quite a chunk done. I hope your meds settle soon.