This golden maple tree is one of several that I can see when I eat my lunch in the libary lobby. This is the view from the east side of the 9th floor Across the street, behind Wallace Hall, where the nursing classes are. In my office, the Thanksgiving cactus (according to an Extension brochure)… Continue reading Looks Like Fall
I took Belvedere to see Tiffany at the library on Saturday. He loves her because she feeds him. He barked and barked at the librarian on duty. She is a perfectly nice person, so I was a bit embarrassed.Belvedere mainly laid on the cool tile floor and intimidated people. He came down the stairs from… Continue reading Belvedere Goes to the Library and other topics
I have felt like I did not have the energy to knit lately, due to the sinus infection that I seem to have had all year. I finally got out the second Diagonal Lace sock and figured out where I was, and redid the heel. It looks ok this time. I am about halfway done… Continue reading Actual Blog Post
I spotted this view from the 12th floor west windows of the Houston Cole Library last Sunday. My first thought was, “Man, I wish I had my camera.” Wait, then I remembered my cell phone was in my pocket. Today, I have done a little bit on the entrelac scarf I started long ago. It… Continue reading Saturday Sky and Tomatoes
Not too much going on here in the way of knitting. I got my March issue of Information Technology and Libraries in the mail today. March 2007, page 23.. "Checking Out Facebook.com: the Impact of a Digital Trend on Academic Libraries. " By Laurie Charnigo and Paula Barnett-Ellis.
Well maybe for next year… I fell in love with the Aran Christmas Tree Skirt. The latest edition addition to my knitting library. I am having fun using the different settings on my little baby Nikon, the L4. There are a lot of cute things in the book. My knitting has been sidelined by another… Continue reading More Holiday Ambitions