Now I'm back to daily stitching. My July daily stitch is actually a cheater this month. I had high hopes of stitching daily on my trip, but the reality was that after busy days, then planning out the itinerary for the next busy day, all I could do is drop into bed with a book. Thanks to that and some long flights, I did read 2 very good books-- Miller's Valley by Anna Quindlen, and The Girls by Emma Cline, and one great one--A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles.
So now I catch up on a month of daily stitching in one week. I really don't like doing it that way. When I'm doing a bit each day, I'm much more aware of the marks I see around me, but at least I caught up.
Here's July 2017 stitch project. It doesn't look too different from June, but the colors have intensified.
Now I have some painting exercises I want to start. It always takes me a while to get moving after a trip, so I'm doing it in baby steps.