Okay, here we go.
I got all the papers I need for my divorce. It wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. We have decided to not let any lawyers go close to our case because 1, we cannot afford it and 2, we both really wanna remain friends and kinda fear that would be a lot harder if we invited lawyers to take part in the process. We just want this divorce to go smoothly and as fast as possible. Call me prejudicial or malignant but I don't think that would be the best interest of a lawyer who gets paid by the hour. So we inquired about what to do and been told that we just have to write a letter stating when we met, when we got married, what went wrong, how long it lasted, plus the financial details, etc. After listening to the list of what must be included I asked the clerk "isn't there some kind of form we can just fill out" to which she said "sure", reached to the shelf behind her back and handed over the papers. SERIOUSLY, WHY NOT START WITH THAT? As if divorcing wasn't stressful enough without having to deal with clerks who are either dumb or just totally apathetic. Sheesh.
Keresztszemes Magazin and this time he even managed to properly insert it into my mailbox. Which is huge, I bought it specifically so I can subscribe to mags and not get them folded into four. Anyway, I have been collecting the free kits that subscribers get for... as long as they were there, and since I got every issue, you can imagine the pile. I store them all in a big shoe box. But last month I made a resolution to not procrastinate anymore and so I decided to stitch the mini kits right away!
I have spent more time on the Permin kit as well. It is slowly but surely expanding beyond the screen size of my scanner, but since my camera is always where my daughter is, which is over 60 kilometers from here, I had to jam my fabric into the machine. How else am I gonna show you my progress? Here, take a look!