As you can see, Jeweled Lines continues to grow. It now measures 33 x 58. I'm over the half way point. Somewhere in the middle of the widest amethyst section is the half way point. So that section is completed and next wee green section is done and I'm about half way through the goldish section. Then it will be back to the dark green, turquoise etc, making my back down in reverse order.
I've actually been knitting less, because I've become a bit more mobile. Ever so slight. I've actually started walking a wee little bit outside on days when I'm not in physical therapy. I managed 6 blocks today. Whew, hate to admit it; but am really feeling it. Then did my exercises. So, if you're following my Walking 4 Fun badge in the right sidebar you'll see I'm making progress..........slowly. Currently walking a virtual trail in Seattle that has been fascinating. Once finished with that trail (just a couple of hundred miles) I will head back to the very long Pacific Crest Trail where I've walked it seems forever. Off and on, because everytime there's a more interesting trail I change, lol.
**Joining Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching**
I really like Judi Dench, but am so far luke warm on this series. I'm watching it. But, unlike many on my previous list, I do not think about it when not watching it. It seems very slow so far. I'll play through awhile, because I don't have a whole of other choices right now on my to watch list....I'm not sure I would recommend it, but on the other I don't dislike it and plan to continue. Just not with lots of enthusiasm I guess.
I am clueless about art, other than I know when I look at something whether or not I like it. I like this! I like the feel of it, I like the colors. It's titled, Our Wisteria. I like that as well because my parents backyard was focused around their Wisteria. A friend of mine who loves art, and knows art often posts things on his facebook page and that's where I spotted this. The painter is German born, Jean Mannheim. She was born in Germany in 1963 and died in California in 1945. Doing a google search, I think I like most of her work. Just thought I'd share this and hope you enjoy it as much as I did.