So, I’ve decided to take the Olympic Challenge. Yarn Harlot’s 2006 Knitting Olympics. I’m going to attempt my first pair of socks. I’m excited to learn how to knit socks. They are small, portable projects that are easy to take on the go. And although I can only wear so many scarves, I can […]
That’s the question the meteorologist asked last night on the news. We flirted with flurries Monday and Friday, but it was too warm for any accumulation.
I have the answer to his question. The reason why it is 50 degrees in January is because we bought a snow blower last year. That’s […]
Are you sure? Because it feels like springtime. Yesterday I did a little “spring cleaning” and de-germed our house. Vacuumed, swept, dusted — I even cleaned off the deck furniture. And I would have spent the afternoon on the deck knitting in the late-day sun if I wasn’t busy watching the Redskins lose their shirts. […]
More Christmas presents have been finished and delivered. I made a hat and scarf with Virginia Tech colors for Phil and a cute fuzzy scarf for Frances.
Aside from all the knitting and work fun, we’ve been dealing with more Head Colds from H-E-Double Hockeysticks. T has had a […]