As I told you yesterday, a good part of my weekend was spent driving around Ohio. Is it my imagination, or is it just that I'm noticing these things more because we bought a camper, or is there actually a camper in every yard and driveway in the state of Ohio?
So Saturday morning, Dave and I pulled out of the driveway at 6AM and hit the road for Oberlin and the Great Lakes Regional Cross Country Meet. It was a pretty uneventful drive, except for when Dave panicked after looking at the car's clock and couldn't figure out why we were so running so late. Well...I hadn't set that clock back. So all was well.
And we were driving, driving, driving all along flat, flat Ohio, when I looked up in the sky and saw this! Stitches in the sky!
They followed us for quite a way...an omen, maybe? Directing me to a shop maybe? Hmmm.
OK, so we arrived at the meet, set up the picnic, then watched my daughter run in her last meet of the season. She's had a great year and capped it off with another great run. Not bad for such a little shortcake.
So we stopped to visit Just Stitching in Strongsville. It was ok, but I think the shop's stitching "personality" didn't sync with mine. Not that it wasn't a nice place or that it didn't have nice things. We must just have different tastes. I came away with one chart - another Silver Creek sampler. There was a really nice stitched model in the shop. Don't you love to see models!