Well, 2 of our sons have been here and returned to Austin. Their older brother arrived in the wee am hours Wednesday am. He brought the rest of his worldly possessions here after selling off or giving away his furniture, bike, etc. He won't be taking much with him when he moves to Denmark bc it doesn't make economical sense to ship them. What he doesn't take, we'll store for him here.
Our poor dog is confused. He was happy to see our college students when they were here and then was looking for them after they left. Just after he'd calmed down, our other son arrived. Poor pooch!
The visa application is moving right along. DS went to the Danish consulate (or whatever it's officially called) in Houston yesterday and finished what he could on this end. He's now awaiting his stuff to be sent to Denmark and for them to email him a temporary visa which he will complete with a Danish address once he moves over there. It should take about 10 days but the timing isn't etched in stone for him to be able to make his flight arrangements yet. This is an interesting experience for all of us. (Luckily he was dealing with the Danish government so the partial shut down of the USA government didn't affect him at all.)
It's cooled off here a little bit which makes my am walks so much more comfortable. If only the ragweed pollen would go away. Sigh....there's always something to complain about.
On the stitching front:
A small finish (a freebie from http://gazette94.blogspot.com/search/label/HALLOWEEN%2F%20AUTOMNE
(scroll down if you want to snag the design.)
A bit of progress on PS Woodland Santa
And I worked a bit on a several-year-old wip: