from yesterday’s morning walk Loving: Cooler mornings. It was in the low 60’s yesterday. Holly and I enjoyed a long walk, our first since early May. Hoping: I can stick with my daily step and yoga routines. I’ve managed both 10,000 … Continue reading Currents | June 2015.
…I’m going rogue for Ten on Tuesday today. Carole asked us to share our ten favorite TV dads; while I was struggling to come up with even one or two (BJ from M*A*S*H?, Sandy from the O.C.?) from the make-believe … Continue reading My (favorite) Dad.
…continuing a tradition I began years ago and re-kindled back in January, I’m sharing the knitting story of my latest journal. This journal began on January 26 and ended today, covering almost five months. In that time I completed 17 … Continue reading the Knitting Tale of the 23rd Journal.
…borrowing Carole’s favorite Friday topic. An Aperol Spritz is a pretty perfect way to begin the weekend. Enjoy! Continue reading Eye Candy Friday.
…yep, it’s a newsletter day and yep, I still have a good bit of work to do. So I saved a bit of Tuesday and a bit of knitting to share here. very quickly! This is all the knitting … Continue reading Newsletter Thursday.
…truly a glass half-full version of our crazy heatwave (another day of 97 degrees in the shade!) My sister’s Annabelle hydrangea…and a true blue sky studded with puffy white clouds. Believe it or not, next week is supposed to be … Continue reading Watercolor Wednesday | Summer Sunshine.
…for this summer. Today, Carole’s asked us to share items on our Summer 2015 lists. Even though the season doesn’t officially start until next week, school around here ends before Memorial Day. That means we are into our fourth week … Continue reading Ten on Tuesday | On My Bucket List.
…there’s nothing like not being able to do something to make you really appreciate how much you love it. These last five weeks – one without knitting and then four with it very limited have driven home that point for … Continue reading Simply Knitting.
looking up. the oak tree in our front yard. Green It is a green world, lush and damp, drops of water poised on grass blades, some leaves large as dinner plates. To describe the scene, I need more words for … Continue reading Watercolor Wednesday | Green.