I wish I could say I was packed and ready to go, but I’m not. My knitting and reading, however, are set! 1. Knitting. In a bold move, I’m taking just one ball of yarn to knit one thing. That’s … Continue reading Three on Thursday | Travel Knitting and Reading.
As of this morning, I have not one, not two, but three new sweaters for our trip. First, the black cardigan. Thankfully, there wasn’t any more unraveling after the story I shared two weeks ago. Then, the blue tank, which … Continue reading Unraveled Wednesday.
The Valentine’s bouquet Marc bought last Wednesday is still beautiful. I paused this morning to take a photo … and I’m pausing again this afternoon to share it with y’all. It’s funny. all day today I was thinking about that … Continue reading Tiny Moment Tuesday.
…was filled with good things: Early signs of spring. Knitting with a friend. A beautiful Sunday morning, with tears of sadness (those backpacks on the chancel steps were placed by 17 high school students and teachers at the beginning of … Continue reading Mid-February Weekending.
Thank you all for your good wishes – Sam is much better (and hopefully back at school today). For sure, this little guy is a trooper; I have to remind myself the gift of two whole days with him was … Continue reading All About Sam.
I spent today with little Sam … who in spite of that big smile you saw from Sunday’s breakfast was not well enough for school today. It was honestly hard to tell he was sick, except that he didn’t eat … Continue reading Unraveled Wednesday.
I ordered a Sacred Invitation deck from Jen Trulson the day Kym shared about it. It arrived today in a beautiful package. This card was on top. What a lovely invitation! (thank you so much to Juliann for the inspiration … Continue reading Tiny Moment Tuesday.
… started out with blue skies and temperatures warm enough to have the roof open in the car – this is Friday afternoon on my drive home. Thankfully Saturday and Sunday weren’t as rainy as the forecast predicted (meaning Marc … Continue reading Mid-February Weekending.
I finished this wonderful book yesterday morning. Here are three reasons why I gave it five stars: 1. The quality, depth and breadth of Smith’s research. There are 21 pages of Notes citing quotations included from other works and a … Continue reading Three on Thursday | About Eleanor.
Joining in with Kat and friends today to talk about knitting. First, a quick look at the Parallelogram Scarf … I know it’s getting longer, but those two balls don’t seem to be getting any smaller! Honestly, though, I haven’t … Continue reading Unraveled Wednesday.