I actually had a request from Rachel of Dyeabolical fame to blog again. I was stunned and quite flattered. So, how ya been? I have been pretty good. I have been busy(ish). Not too busy to blog, but too dull. I have been knitting a bit since January. Winter wasn’t horrible, but dull. I think I had a serious case of ennui and couldn’t shake it. Part of my problem (and, I have just one or two of those)is that I find my life wonderful, but not always interesting. And, if I don’t find it interesting, I can’t make it interesting in the blog. Work is fine. Home is fine. Stinky is fine. Sassy. Fine. Grover is fine. He is now 10 years old. I haven’t told him, so he doesn’t realize he’s that old. He still thinks he’s a young pup and wants to gogogo, but runs out of gasgasgas. Just like me! Yesterday I went to the World’s Smallest Craft Fair. It was delightful. So much talent and so many tempting things. I was big on desire and short of funds. I came out wanting all of it, but settling for these from Rachel.
The yarn is just as squishy as it looks and I got a finger row counter. I have wanted the row counter for years and I love the colors of the yarn. It will be a hat.
The bouquet? It came from the Ferguson Farmers Market yesterday. The market is still going and growing. I was also able to get my honey while there. Today I went to church, but couldn’t sing because of a lingering upper respiratory infection. I’m a baritone that squeaks today. After church, a group of us went to an Indian restaurant buffet. I really enjoyed it. I am a bit of an Indian food novice, so it was all new and interesting, except for the naan which I am very familiar with. Then, I wandered home to do laundry.
I plan on posting once a week, or if by some bizarre accident something gets really interesting. And, with that, I bid you a good week and wonderful soundtrack.