I spent the weekend with my sister in the North Georgia mountains. We stayed in Sautee-Nacoochee at Lucille's Mountaintop Inn. It was literally on a mountaintop. The weather was really nice, and the leaves are just starting to change. We had great breakfasts and desserts in the afternoon. We met in Dahlonega, at Magical Threads… Continue reading Mountain Weekend
(Warning: photo heavy.) OK, I am making up for not blogging and not posting puppy photos. I have not worked on my 2008 Fawkes (they are in Ravelry) socks for Ravelympics, but I started Multnomah and worked on my very pink Concetta cardigan. I got to watch the entire Olympics opening ceremony because DH is… Continue reading A Little Knitting and a Lot of Snow
I got home a couple of hours earlier from work than usual. It took about 45 minutes to an hour. The last few miles were pretty slow, as I was two cars behind the sand truck. Belvedere, who was under shelter, attached himself to me and came inside where he has remained. I went outside… Continue reading Snow!
View from my floor. I am still seeing fog when I look out my office window.
To make up for the lack of progress on my entrelac wrap and lack of blogging, I have lots of photos today. First, the entrelac in Plymouth Kudo yarn. See the Knit Picks Zephyr needle points there? Neat and lightweight. A few months ago when it was fresh, I hung this what? Deer pelvis. maybe?… Continue reading Entrelac, Etc.
Actually, the Saturday sky photo is with daylilies. It might be years since I posted a Saturday sky photo. Belvedere is passed out on the floor after playing Bowling with Belvedere with cracker dog Punkin. She ran around in circles, full speed, then ran full tilt into the pup's side, rolling him over with an… Continue reading Saturday Sky with Pups
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