mylene

mylene

Monday, May 11, 2015

Tulips in bloom & a few new starts in cross stitching...

Hello everyone, been a while again since my last post. Quite a bit chaotic here not with work but with our second child who is having lots of troubles at school. At first we thought mainly due to his behaviour and which was started around Oct. last year, that we weren't actually on his side but his school ifever we received a note about his performance and bad behaviour at school. After half a year it is getting worst and he was exempted for school outing so we were curious and not happy at all of the news we receive from school so we went and asked other students how do they see it how the teachers gets on with the students. Anyway, it will be a long process but we have something to work from now on.. Been out a couple of time searching for Tulips fields here on the island. There's not much compare to previous year...though still the fields looks amazing. Oh yes, i did have a few starts in cross stitching and hopefully will finish them eventually. Kind of slow with stitching as i don't have much inspirations at all. A happy week to all.

18 comments:

Bev C said...

Hello Mylene,

The tulips are amazing, my favourite would have to be the soft pink ones. Good luck with the stitching and best wishes to your son,

Happy days.
Bev.

Dee said...

The tulips are just beautiful! They are one of my favorite flowers. Unfortunately, they don't grow in Florida. I'll just have to enjoy YOURS.

I'm sorry to hear about your son. I hope things get better soon. It's hard on a Mom when she is worried about one of her children.

Angela P said...

All your stitching projects look great and all those Tulips are absolutely gorgeous. My favorite flower :)

Deb said...

Fabulous tulips!
Hope you get school sorted out.
Great starts!

Christine said...

Beautiful tulip pictures and great stitching.
I hope you can sort out the issues with school

Carol said...

Just amazing photos of the tulip fields, Mylene--how wonderful to see them each year!

Hopefully, things will improve with your son at school--it's always something with kids! Hope your stitching time helps keep the stress level down a bit :)

Annie said...

Sorry to hear about the troubles with your son....growing pains I guess.

But at least you are surrounded by the most beautiful tulips in the world! Enjoy them while they last. Their season is way too short.

Annette said...

So sorry to hear it's still trouble with your son. Hopefully you can find what the problem is.
I really love the tulips, awesome.
Great starts.. happy stitching.. you will finish them soon

Lillie said...

Love your new blog header.
The tulips look amazing.
Beautiful choice of new start. Sorry to hear about your son at school, hope everything works out soon.
Take care.

Jackie said...

I've always loved your photos of the tulip fields. They're also my favorite flower too. I particularly love the white ones but they are almost impossible to get here.

I hope you're able to work through the school stuff. I don't miss that part of the school days at all.

Great projects you are working on!

Sandra said...

Lovely pictures! I adore tulips, too bad we don't have them here.

Hope things with your son go smoothly soon.

Marexstitch said...

I love your tulip pictures! Nice stitching.

Brigitte said...

I always love to have a look at your blog, but it's particularly nice in spring when you show pictures of all the great tulip fields in your country. Gorgeous. And it's also so nice to see your new stitchy starts.

So sorry to hear about your son's problems. I hope that you will soon get them sorted out.

Sally said...

Wow those tulip fields are amazing! Beautiful photos.

Lovely stitching too.

I hope things will get better for your son soon.

Margaret said...

Gorgeous spring pictures of Holland's famous tulips. I love this time of year.

I'm sorry Chris is having school problems. "Sterkte" as you set about getting everything resolved.

Your new charts are adorable.

Julie said...

Beautiful tulip pictures.
I hope the issues with your son and school can soon be sorted for you all.

Patty C. said...

Stunning photos

Kay said...

The photos of all the tulips are simply amazing! Too beautiful for words, I imagine in person it is even more beautiful