Sara is a huge Homeland fan. I’ve known that for years; she’s the real reason I watch the show and feel connected to the story. But what I didn’t learn until last fall was that she created a whole website … Continue reading Hell Yeah Homeland.
Whoa, time flies and all that. but hey, I finished a pair of apartment socks for Sara! even without kntting for most of yesterday. or even thinking about writing a blog post. because Homeland. (more to come. soon. promise!) Continue reading Socks!
Thank y’all so much for your kind words and encouragement on yesterday’s post (and yikes all the email on the iPad! I’m a qwerrty girl but I can’t manage more than pointer fingers on the iPad “keyboard” … first world … Continue reading Fridaying Alone.
…I have successfully completed the first step on a project I’ve been putting off for months: posting on my blog from my iPad. Three things happened early this week that finally made me move on it: 1. I got a … Continue reading Think Write Thursday | If You're Reading This.
Last Monday, I had a little over an hour left in Fahrenheit 451; there’s nothing like a little dystopia in your ears to add atmosphere to a quiet, cloudy morning. Henry Vilas Park is about a mile and a half … Continue reading A Morning Walk in Madison.
I’ve written before about how much fun Sara and I have together in the kitchen. This past weekend, we cooked more than yesterday’s post (and my Instagram feed full of blue skies and cocktails 🙂 might’ve suggested. But it wasn’t … Continue reading Cooking with Sara.
Ha – why mess with a good thing, right?! Apparently this year’s visit was almost an exact duplicate of last year’s. So maybe I should simply call them our traditions. The day before the long weekend, Sara works. I hang … Continue reading Weekending, Madison Style | 2016.
One of many things I love about Sara living in Madison is feeling a sense of family connection. My grandmother on my mom’s side was born and raised here (the family home wasn’t far from where Sara now lives). Her … Continue reading Finding Family History.
I spent much of last week knitting a new afghan for Sara. This is Purl Soho’s Eleventh Hour, knit with Lion Brand Thick and Quick. held double. on size 36 needles. This wasn’t nearly as quick a project as I … Continue reading FO Friday | Eleventh Hour.
I don’t know how people who don’t knit can stand to travel. This is the text exchange I had with Marc (at 1:35 ET) contemplating an almost two hour wait for my 3:20 flight. Yep, two new projects! I started … Continue reading En Route.