…yep, day 366 of my fiftieth year is next friday. and naturally that has me thinking a lot about what I had planned for this year…and what I’ve actually done. I just revisited my august 9 post with the 100-day … Continue reading fifty for 50 with one week to go.
…I knew this year was going to fly by, but I was still caught a bit off guard last week when I uploaded daily photo 257…and realized I’d hit 266 yesterday. that’s right. just 100 days left in my 50th … Continue reading fifty for 50. the 100 day plan.
…no it’s not a page turner. and it’s definitely not one of my coveted 5 star reads. but when I closed out my fourteenth journal this morning, I was certainly curious. journal #14 … the yarn story back on february … Continue reading the knitting tale of the fourteenth journal.
…yep, fully deserving of an exclamation point! this week I finished a sweater and a hat (and all the preparation for tomorrow’s double knitting workshop*). first up the sweater. it’s making waves by jamie thomas (aka “imagine knits“). I was … Continue reading FO friday!
…yet another sign there are just two of us living here this summer – and many nights it’s only me. this year’s herb garden fits into a single pot. (last year’s did too, but there was a bit more variety.) … Continue reading herb garden 2012.
…quick bread #5 on my fifty for 50 list. yeah, not the greatest photo, but the best I could do since I didn’t remember to even take one til after I’d sliced and served the bread! I knew I could … Continue reading peach bread.
…quick bread #4 on my fifty for 50 list. today was the last meeting of my women’s circle til the fall and we had a potluck lunch to celebrate. of course I decided to make a quick bread (because no … Continue reading rosemary walnut scones.
from week 5 (full spread photo below) …first off, thank you all for your kind words on my project life fail post a few weeks back. it means a lot to me to have friends here who not only have … Continue reading try something.
first bloom on our rhodie – about two weeks earlier than usual! She had not known before how much the beginnings and progress of vegetation had delighted her. — What animation both of body and mind she had derived from … Continue reading delight of spring.