It all happened so fast that we didn’t even see it coming. M had been a little fussy on and off because I had been trying some dairy: two spoonfuls of ice cream here, soy milk in my coffee there. Things weren’t going very well. Then we had a few nights of craziness. She […]
I’ve been knitting away during the month of May on Hokie Healing squares. I thought my total was pretty impressive. I knit 11 squares.
Then I got a comment from Christy on the blog. Susan from the Omaha Guild crocheted 32 squares! When I started this I thought if everyone I knew made […]
This photo was taken by Lauren and Paul. They generously offered to watch M for a few hours on Mother’s Day so T and I could go out to dinner together. Bella was “a little angel” and enjoyed herself so much that she barely looked my way when we came back to […]
I went over to Race for the Cure to support my friend Nancy, and found this Breast Cancer Awareness Quiz. I’m embarrassed to say I didn’t do very well. Ladies, you should hop on over there and take it. Let’s see who can get all five questions correct.
Squares are flying off my needles. I’m already on number seven. I have an update for square drop offs:
It’s been awhile, and I’ve already thanked Yvonne in person,* but I just have to flash what a great knitting buddy she is. I can’t wait to use the alpaca to knit the teddy bear pattern for Mirabella—it’s so soft! I’ve already made a few dishes out of the Indian cookbook and they’ve been […]
Over the past three weeks we have had three out-of-town visitors. First up was Grampa K. Mirabella had a BLAST hanging out with her Grampa. They did lots of crawling, standing and taking steps. In fact, she had so much fun that I think she was a little bored with me once he was gone.
I’m sure most of you have at least some black or white yarn in your stash for the Hokie Healing squares, but for those who need maroon and burnt orange, Sue Quambusch from Yarn for All is planning to do a group order from Brown Sheep:
Autumn Harvest: orange
Medieval Red: maroon