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Back to business on Monday!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

I went to the neighborhood cafe today to do my needlework. Reason being : they have superb air-conditioning there! I got like 3 motifs done and joint to the lace shawl. Crochet is so time-consuming! I wish I could get my lace shawl done soon.

I ordered some lime juice and a single serving of tiramisu; first time I tried it, it was quite good. I've got to watch my diet starting Monday! Sigh! I've been quite naughty this weekend. But I did go for a short walk after eating that tiramisu! Not forgetting the cardio DVD session yesterday. But I was naughty yesterday too! (pls refer to previous blog).

Oh well! Back to business tomorrow!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FATHINSN 7/29/2013 9:01PM

    Must be nice doing your crochet while having nice drink and snack :D

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LALMEIDA 7/22/2013 11:12PM

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WANDERINONE 7/22/2013 12:00AM

    Tiramisu is good tasting stuff....Good you found a good spot to cool off and do a little crochet on your shawl. BTW, in the Chi Chat thread, I put a link for you for a crochet lace shawl pattern (free). I know you already started a shawl, but I wanted you to see that pattern too. I love crocheting nice things.

Don't worry, you aren't always naughty with the food. I think you do pretty good!! Anyhow, keep working on yourself and your crochet and needlework. Hey how's the cross stitch coming along?? Or is it on the back burner??

Enjoy your week ahead!!!

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KELLIEBEAN 7/21/2013 10:25AM

    I LOVE tiramisu! Good getting the walk in. You should post pictures of your crocheting. I bet it's very pretty.

Enjoy the day!

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