Ethel is limping much less. In fact, you would have to be some kind of crazy obsessive chicken owner in order to notice the limp at this point.
I still notice the limp.
But it’s getting better, and I’m sure it will be gone soon.
(Sorry for the crappy cameraphone picture. I . . . → Read More: The Chicken Report
I didn’t intend to start a new pair of socks this month. It just kind of… happened.
Honestly I don’t remember why. All I remember is that it was really important at the time that I cast on for another pair of socks.
This yarn has garnered a lot of attention and compliments . . . → Read More: More Socks
The first blocking is finished. Now I just need to do a bit of damp blocking to fix that top line.
I wish it was easier to get a picture of this! The halo makes it look blurry, even though it’s in focus.
Last year at the fair I had noticed that the judges’ . . . → Read More: Cabled Feather Cowl
For the moment I decided to hang the hanging feeder from a cross-beam with a spare dog leash. With a knot tied in it, to bring it up to the right height.
Last week I noticed that Ethel was limping pretty badly. Her lame foot was also totally filthy. And so it . . . → Read More: Chicken Drama
I had sort of resigned myself to doing a lot of interior decorating, because Umlaut really enjoyed it. (Who wouldn’t enjoy cashing a paycheck because some invisible god has done all the work for you?) But I was a little unsettled when he visited his new client.
Hey, that’s Simon’s house! Get out!
After . . . → Read More: Sims Sunday: Okay I Got Bored