This is Liberty Park in Salt Lake City at 10 pm on a Saturday night. We’re all playing Pokémon Go. I’m not in the target demographic for this game. However, I downloaded it since my kids were having some much fun. My favorite things are the people I’m meeting and the pictures I’m getting.
Doesn’t this look like the Growlith is a family pet?
This guy was just checking his email but we had a great talk about the game and how it’s bringing people together.
Seth created a Facebook group for PokémonGo and set up a meetup tonight at City Creek. There was a herd of Ponyta.
This was just a fun shot which I posted on Instagram with the caption “none shall pass.”
This is my favorite photos so far! Makes one wonder what is on the other side of the fence which is so incredibly interesting that they ignore the Ratata.
Play safe though people and remember the only colors that matter are Red (Valor), Blue (Mystic) and Yellow (Instinct).
I am about to finish a second WIP which means I get a new start – two finishes = 1 new start until I get down to 15 WIPs which is more manageable than 36. I had planned to start Summer Queen by Mirabilia but until I find a better way to hold the scroll bars, I’m not that motivated to work on her or the other 3 queens. Just so you know, I pulled my kitted projects and these are my choices –
Three Carousels – I’ve explained in my first flosstube that I have 3 kids so I tend to stitch things in threes so they each get one. I have Carousel by Teresa Wentzler, Dragon Carousel by Patricia Allison and Wild Hunt by Fire Wing Designs. Wild Hunt looks enough like a Carousel that it counts as one.
Goblin Market by Counted Illuminations – Based on the poem by Christina Rosetti, this cute Goblin man is offering his fruit to unsuspecting girls.
Tiger Lily by Nora Corbett – with Jo Mason’s help, she’s been converted to silk and I have all the supplies except the purple pony beads but they should be at 123Stitch for pickup on Tuesday afternoon.
Ristipisto kit from Finland – My father sent me a Christmas scene from Finland which would be a fun addition to my holiday decorations
New Year’s Fairy by Mirabilia – Have had the kit for ages, still deciding on Kiwi Illusions Cloudburst or Silkweaver snowstorm for the fabric.
DysFunctional – Sue Hillis – I’m probably going to stitch this one 3 times, maybe 4 if I give one to my parents.
Sleepy Hollow by Glendon Place – I’ve kitted this one up with Sullivans floss. I haven’t used Sullivan floss before.
Toil and Trouble by La-D-Da – This is the 3rd in the Halloween series I’ve stitched for the kids. The Raven was finished last year, I’m working on Something Wicked and this one will get modified to eliminate the nose and have a cauldron instead.
Please vote for which project you think I should start first. The poll will be active for one week.
Usually when I’m coaching and people do things like this, I ask them what do you hope wins? I can honestly say I’ve already eliminated the fully kitted pieces I don’t want to win (Fredrick the Literate, Iwo Jima, Sabrina, Elizabeth, Raven Queen, Emi Bishop’s Christmas Tree and 2 Just Nan patterns).