Huzzzah! One sleeve down!
Huzzzah! One sleeve down!
November 1st is just around the corner!
Every year, in honor of my favorite holiday, I do my best to express my thanks during the month of November. In past years, I’ve had jobs or other commitments that have kept me from going all out on thankful posts. This year, thanks to my sweet gig at home and a little pre-planning, The entire month of November will be full of Thankful posts!
I encourage you to read along and share what you’re thankful for!
Frost! There was frost this morning! This morning’s walk was a bundle fest. Mittens, sweater and Calorimetry came out on the walk this morning. I looked like a mismatched knitting bag-lady. It was good to get inside and knit by the fireplace…even if I didn’t get the seat I originally wanted…
I’m gonna finish a sleeve today, no matter where I sit! *sips hot cocoa*
P.S: Keep an eye out, I’ll be making an announcement on my November Blogging plans!
I have discovered the amazing ability to knit while a child quietly entertains them self in the same room. My yarn does have to be hidden behind the couch to ensure it doesn’t end up a tangled mess in the toilet, but still.
I finished the body and button band of my replacement sweater and I started the sleeves!
That’s means my list of WIPS are 66.66666% percent sleeve. I’m hoping to finish this before I go apple picking or before the next yarn fest. We’ll see!
Enjoy the weekend! Especially all you lucky Rhinebeck-ers! Happy knitting!
I FINALLY CAUGHT THEM USING THE BUNK BEDS AT THE SAME TIME. Enjoy. These damn dogs bring my family so much happiness, I can’t stand it. This makes a rainy Wednesday not seem so bad.
I’ve been a little quiet. Before the weekend, we had a sudden loss in the family. I wasn’t in any kind of mood to be social or funny for about two days. I spent a few days getting a hold of family and appreciating my own little family. I don’t know how to begin to tell you about my cousin Lori. She was funny, she was crafty, she was a hoot and a half. She had this adorable upstate new york accent and she smiled all the time. She had a hot pink scooter, she loved rescue dogs. Somewhere I have a picture of me modeling the purse she made my sister and I out of an old pair of jeans. She took me on my one and only camping trip.
Anyway, she was positive as the day is long and this is something she would have definitely shared on Facebook:
I’m lucky that my friends and family have been so supportive and warm during such a sucky time. I am reminded everyday how fortunate I am and how loved I am. I’ve always been a glass half-full kind of girl, just like my cousin. I smile because I can.
Miss you, Lori!
On a cold dreary day, nothing is better than a fresh BBQ chicken platter from the local fire department. I get excited for this every year and unlike last year, I got there nice and early and didn’t get stuck in line!
Not pictured: the apple pie, which I am saving for later…where we can be alone….