My goal for the week was to get to the third fish, and to get it woven. I reached that goal today. Yea! The third fish is really not a whole fish, but is just a head swimming into the edge of the tapestry. In fact, there is really only one whole trout; the other two are partial fish.
But, anyway.... My weaving week is actually over today, and I have reached my goal, so I am happy. Tomorrow, my Colorado son and his two kids will meet us at our cabin, so he can help us do some summer work up there. We are also escaping the painters working on our house down here, and it will be good to get away from that busy-ness.
Reaching the top of the third fish pretty much insures that I'll get to the mid-point of the tapestry next week, barring other events that I may not be able to control.
I've been weaving water, and more water, and will have more water to weave all next week, before I reach the next non-water objects of interest. That's OK. I am listening to Dan Brown's Inferno on CD, and it will keep me going for awhile, even if the water begins to bore me. There are a lot of color changes coming up in the water soon, too, so that will also keep me on my 'weaving toes.'
In the meantime, I hope you all have a great weekend, and maybe I will catch a trout or two (or even three) instead of just weaving them!