I always think of Halloween as the official start to winter. I was hoping to get some nice fall shots this year, but then we had a lot of rain followed by a lot of wind.
It’s one long slide towards Winter Monochrome from here.
There are still a few leaves clinging to . . . → Read More: Happy Halloweeeeeeen!
This week it was cold enough that I was motivated to bust open the box of winter knits.
Whose great idea was it to knit an afghan that’s five feet long, and only two feet wide?
I also had to laugh when I saw that I hadn’t dealt with the last three loose ends . . . → Read More: What Was I Thinking?
Harriet is proving to be the watchdog of my mini-flock. She’s the only one who even notices when the neighbor dogs cruise past.
(That’s not even a dog, really – it’s a very large five-month-old puppy.)
And when the big scary great blue heron landed near the coop last week, Harriet is the one . . . → Read More: Chicken Update
Now that I’ve finished the toe-up socks (an experiment I consider a success, by the way) I’m working on a new project. But you know what I’m not working on? That damned Celtic Cabled Scarf.
A lot of people would suffer through knitting the entire scarf, and then post a picture of the finished . . . → Read More: What I’m Not Knitting
For some reason, I am plagued by Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the USA.” Whenever I turn around, it’s playing at me. I can’t escape it, nor am I moved by it, so I always end up mulling over the lyrics until it’s finished.
If you haven’t heard it, here’s the music video:
The . . . → Read More: Some Observations On Miley Cyrus’s Song, “Party in the USA”