Blue Moon, DingDong and Dibley

My daughter, S, tells me I’m wrong – that a lunar eclipse is not a blue moon, but I think it is and hence the title of this post. The pictures at right are my feeble attempts to capture last night’s lunar eclipse. Instead, they look like the beginnings of beansprouts. It was an interesting sight though. Too bad I can’t share it here.

Rice University had some better ones:
In other news:), did I tell you John is my hero? OK, he did this because he got sick of seeing my knitting projects grow like Topsy all over the house. But it was still rather sweet of him to not only buy the shelves but to put them together. Of course, now my projects get spread out, but in an organized fashion, LOL:)
Well, except for when I keep a bag of baby stuff to do by the desk. (I have to have something to occupy my time when waiting for something to load, don’t I? And those triplets are going to need hats:))
Well let’s see, what’s been happening? Not a hell of a lot. Tuesday night was a fun rehearsal during which I felt like the utter newbie that I am, but that’s OK. I was amongst friends:) We had our little “party” that had been postponed due to last week’s ice storm – and watched the first episode
of The Vicar of Dibley. God bless Dawn French!
But really, I have to say God bless her for the other photo you see here. She doesn’t let her, uh, “largesse” shall we say, get in the way of being sexy and desirable. One must work with what one has – even when one has a lot:) Good on ya’ girl! That’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it, LOL!

Yesterday consisted of traipsing out to the Eastern Shore of Merlin to see two clients for the firm (and well, maybe a brief foray to a yarn shop in Easton – Yarn, Inc. – where the staff was positively lovely, but of course I didn’t buy anything……..much…..) By the time I got home, the roads were starting to ice up and the snow was blowing. Funny how lately we can go from 50 degrees F to 20 in a matter of hours. You’d think this was Denver!

Well, today I hope I earned my keep in court. I know our young associate did! I will say no more for fear of disclosing too much.

Tomorrow I have no hearings, will be doing a couple of visits and catching up on my messages and phone calls and getting all the paperwork done. If I’m really good, maybe I’ll be able to get some knitting in and practice flute after work. They are calling for snow – probably just enough to be a pain in the a$$.

Tonight is “kwar.” One of the highpoints of my week:) Until then, I’m getting me some rows done on Nancy’s sweater – I’m finally on that second sleeve! YES:)!!!
See, it doesn’t take much to make me happy:)

Published by fuguestateknits

Wife of one, mother of six, Grammy to eight (so far) and lawyer for many young persons, I love to sing, read, knit and walk. My politics are somewhat left of Marx and I want to hear what you think, too!

5 thoughts on “Blue Moon, DingDong and Dibley

  1. Ahhh That makes sense…
    Are you aware the City and County Circuit Courts are closed? That’s so unusual! My daughter, Betsy just left for work! Yikes!
    Still waiting for John to get home.

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