Saturday, March 9, 2013

Cross Stitch Design Teatime Welcome or Does Anybody Know What Time It Is

Posted by Drew Zeitlin:

Hello everybody. Today is March 9, 2013 or here in the United States as we like to call it, get ready for daylight savings time. At 2:00 am on March 10, 2013 the clocks will spring forward so that the evenings have more daylight and the mornings have less daylight. What it also means is that you have to change all your clocks one hour forward. Not so long ago that was a real hassle. You had to change the time on your watch, car, stove, etc, etc, etc. Today not so much. With the information age now upon us, we let the technology do this for us. Tomorrow when I wake up my computer and iPhone will have the right time and any other instruments that I have tied to technology will do the same. That really does help. Since the technology takes the hassle out of daylight savings time, the question on the table is does anybody really know what time it is? The second question on the table is what should we being doing with that time.

As you know when we have these complex questions we like to consult the vaults at abullrun. The  vaults tell us when we are talking time we are talking teatime. As usual they are correct. What represents teatime the best? It has to be the cross stitch design "Teatime Welcome". I love teatime and so should you. Teatime is great to bring friends over and chat and tell stories and enjoy their friendship. Teatime is also great to sit back on the sofa by yourself and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. You can't go wrong with teatime, it's the best.

What time is it? It is teatime and of course the feature cross stitch design is "Teatime Welcome". Do you want to worry about lossing an hour sleep or do you want to enjoy a cup of tea. I know I am going to enjoy that cup of tea. Come to think of it, while you are working on this cross stitch project you could be enjoying a very enjoyable cup of a tea. What could be better than cross stitch and tea? The finished size of this enjoyable design is 5" X 7" (13 X 18 cm).

The Cross Stitch Kit Teatime Welcome is from Dimensions Gold Collections Petites and designed by Kathryn White. The kit includes presorted cotton thread, metallic thread, 18 count ivory cotton Aida, needle, and easy instructions. As with all kits at this kit is new and has never been opened and is shipped in air bubble mailer.

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