Or should I say clueless?
Let me start out with a statement of what should be obvious: I have lived in the Northern Hemisphere all of my life. Yes, I have been in Africa, South America, Australia, and New Zealand while traveling. But that is not the same as living there. Next – our current home (barring earthquake, hurricane, the Zombie Apocalypse, or the End of Days) will be the last place we live. Note – I tried saying that a number of ways and couldn’t get it to come out anything but morbid – but I think you know what I mean.
So, I live in the Berkeley Hill looking at the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Duh, you might all say. But wait – the sun rises in the east over the mountains behind me and sets over the Pacific Ocean to the west. None of this is a problem to me, For that matter, if you live ocean front on the US East Coast, or on the European Coast line – none of this counts because you are looking at the Atlantic Ocean. Trust me on this.
But I am now looking West and seeing the sun set over significant hills.
The sun rose this morning to the EAST over the Pacific Ocean.
See the problem? I am completely clueless. At home, ocean to my left, mountains to my right? I am facing north. Here – ocean to my left, mountains to my right and I am facing south. By the time I adjust, I will be heading west, away from Australia and the Pacific Ocean.
Stitching is easier.
Did I remember to include the Lego Surfer Dude?
He was in the lobby of SkyPoint. And yes, there really is a Surfers Paradise.
This week’s Supernatural SAL by the WitchyStitcher introduced the Unicorn which I think looks a little more like a Cindercorn but what do I know?
and then there is the Halloween Countdown which now needs the border completed + the 31st
Border stitching is almost mindless which makes for great cruise stitching.