Thanks to you all for the love for the review. It's what I'm trained to do, you know. The funny, I don't know where that comes from, except I was once voted class clown. True story.
So I am a week late, and either $7 or $15 short, depending on how you want to look at it. I didn't want to let the first LNS stitching night pass unremarked. Molly, Rachel, and Dianne have all already reported on the doings. (Dianne may not have been able to stitch in public, but I was only able to eat in public because I had a pregnant woman partner in crime. Really, I wonder how many people went hungry because two slices seems like enough to eat in front of other people.) It was fun, and a blog reader recognized me even though I use my real name in real life. Crazy, I know. Anyway, that night I did some good work on Mermaids Singing, and in some kind of fit of consistency, I've kept at it.
I know some of you are jealous because you don't have your own LNS at which to have a stitching night. Do remember to check out the public libraries near you--they may have stitching groups. Your alumni association may too. I'm sure you can think of other places where likeminded stitchers may gather. Don't get all self-piteous, get out there a make a group!