Saturday, 1 August 2009

Mary

I dont really have much to blog about! Just been busy spending the days with Caleb, meeting friends and i was at camp for a week. Ive been putting stitches into Mary Wigham when i get the opportunity last thing at night, here's how its looking.

A main water pipe burst in the village yesterday so we were without water for the day. Its back on now but the road has collapsed so to even get to my mums house (5mins away) i would have to take a 45minute detour. The only road going out of the village in that direction is one way and apparently the police are sittting waiting for cars using it and issuing fines. Disgraceful! Its the only road out and they should be putting up traffic lights so it can be temporarily used as a 2 way road so that people dont have to take massive detours.

11 comments:

Patricia D. said...

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Lisa said...

Your Mary is turning out great!

valerie said...

Great Start in MW! I hope to start mine in the next couple of weeks.

stitcherw said...

Very pretty. Hope the road is repaired soon, the detour would be a real pain to have to do every time you needed to go that way.
Sue

Kim B said...

This is looking great! And I hope things are worked out with the roads! Yikes!

DaisyGirl said...

That stinks about the police doing that. They should realize people still need to get around!
Stitching is looking good!
Donna

Suzanne said...

Mary looks lovely. What a pain having that detour. Hope the road gets repaired quickly.

Karan said...

MW is looking good.:0) Hope the road problems are sorted soon, it sounds like a right pain at the moment.

Carolyn NC said...

Your MW SAL is coming along nicely. Love the baby sampler framed - and he's such a cutie pie!

Deborah/LavenderRose said...

Your Mary is looking good. It's really slow going for me on this one, Cheryl. I think it's soooo disgusting about those police in your area!
Hugs, Deb

Margaret said...

What a great start to MW Do hope your road is repaired soon.