Picture of a good evening: a cosy quilt, my project, and a steaming huge mug of Breathe Easy Tea. Yes, it’s that time of year again.
I’m not afraid of Armas anymore. Once I got the hang of the chart (somewhere around row 14) it clicked and now I can hardly wait to continue. Unfortunately for speed and efficiency, I only average about a row a day. Still, I should finish in well under eight months at that rate. 🙂 My husband loves watching the progress.
Alas, though, this is the best picture of the W.I.P. I have at present. The rest of my camera roll looked something like this:
(Our last warm hurrah. Autumn is fading into winter fast. I always aver we have three and a half seasons in our neck of the woods. Autumn is the half season. We go from 73 degrees one day to 52 the next and then it’s 46. But I digress.)
Meanwhile here’s two of my knitting buddies. Littlest had fallen asleep there and I had yet to move her back into her crib. I don’t know why Posey was still awake, but she was attacking the yarn bowl that’s on the low dresser at the foot of our bed.
My reading was, like Ginny, the Soul Gardening Journal. I do so love it! I also am three-quarters of the way through the book French Kids Eat Everything. Both my cousin and my sister liked this book and I am very intrigued to say the least. Well, amend that. I’m really liking it, too.