Author Archives: emeree

About emeree

I am an Air Force veteran. I served as a Security Forces troop for nearly seven years and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant before separating in 2008. My tours of duty were in England and Oklahoma. I live in the Seattle area, which is where I grew up. I used my GI Bill and earned a degree from the University of Washington. I currently work in downtown Seattle and experience all the adventure that comes with that.

“Cougar Reflection” by Sue Coleman

I hoped to finish this last month, but I underestimated how long it would take me to do all the half stitches. Part of it was the lack of motivation. My stitching bug took one look at all the colors … Continue reading

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Cougar Reflection (Work in Progress)

All of the full stitches are finished. Next is the half stitches. Last will be the rest of the backstitch. I’m hoping to have this finished in the next couple of weeks.

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Rest in Peace

I haven’t been to many concerts. I don’t care for large crowds. I made an exception when Linkin Park came to Oklahoma City in February 2008. My boyfriend at the time and I are both longtime fans, as were the … Continue reading

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Housewarming

My brother recently purchased his first home. It’s a bit north of us, but well worth the drive. He, his girlfriend, and their roommate have done a good job putting the house together. I got to see it yesterday during … Continue reading

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Cougar Reflection (In Progress)

This is Sue Coleman’s “Cougar Reflection”. It’s the third project I’ve stitched based on her artwork.  All three projects are cougars, because that is my favorite animal. I’ve got a number of other charts and kits featuring cougars, but a … Continue reading

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Home is Where the Cat Is 

I started this project in late 2014, and finished it early July 5th as my neighbors set off a variety of illegal fireworks in celebration of Independence Day. It is one of the largest projects I’ve stitched, though not the … Continue reading

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Falls and Cars

My grandfather has fallen twice recently.  On the 22nd, we were notified of the second fall. It was while Mom was checking on him that evening that he admitted that there’d been another about a month prior. That fall was … Continue reading

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