By popular demand! And because I can’t think of anything better!
First of all, they all finished molting by mid-December or so. Look how fluffy they are! I swear their new coats grew in even thicker and more lush than the first year.
“You bring grain, human, yes?”
Boy did they get . . . → Read More: A Chicken Update
I ticked a lot of final items off my challenge list this week! In Egypt Wilma started hitting on a store clerk. (They can’t get away.)
Sopdu Hawas was a little bashful at first, but he quickly gave in. (While a paparazzi took notes.) (Gross.)
Wilma went home, invited Sopdu . . . → Read More: Sims Sunday: More Adventures
It’s difficult to talk about de-stashing without coming off as judgmental, even though I promise you I’m really not. I’m right there in the trenches with you, and if my yarn stash isn’t as big as some people’s, neither is my budget or storage space. That urge – whether you call it stashing, hoarding, . . . → Read More: Yarn Stash Ponderings
Here’s a nice picture of the socks in the yard, for my Northeast pals. I bitch and moan whenever it snows here, because it’s such an unpleasant contrast. Winter is the season when all the lawns turn a nice green.
(What has two thumbs and should mow the yard this weekend?)
Do you . . . → Read More: A Sock Reclines on the Turf
I’m going to steal a page from Kmkat’s book* and offer a Ten On Tuesday this week. And since I just crawled back from the grocery store with like a million things to unpack and put away (but which I’m ignoring because It’s Important To Blog Right This Second), I offer you:
Ten . . . → Read More: Ten On Tuesday: The Grocery Edition