I had to interrupt my regularly scheduled blogging to take some pictures of the beautiful evidence of Spring that seems to have peeked out since the weekend. During a brief sunshine intermission in what has been a week of rainy weather, I got in a few snapshots of flowers, wild and otherwise, that grace our front yard.
Since last we met, dear readers, not a heck of a lot has been going on – work has been a little busy, but not terribly. I had court Tuesday, today and will have some more tomorrow. On Tuesday, I remembered I had scheduled a visit with a client in another county, and so missed dinner at home with John before he headed back to work. Instead, I caught up with Nancy and Rennie and then had bell practice for this coming Sunday. Indigo
was understandably furious and apprehensive about the fate of the victims of Prop 8 in California, as am I.
Yesterday consisted of prepping some paperwork and getting ready for today and tomorrow. So, I did have a little time to stop in at the Prayer Shawl Ministry at St. John’s and get started on this:
I’ve had a couple of skeins of Cascade Ecological Wool for a while now – and wanted at first to do another Hemlock Ring Blanket
but I really liked the Girasole pattern by the same designer (Jared Flood – the pattern can be purchased on Ravelry or at the previous link) and thought I’d start that.
So, have I finished any projects? No. The only thing I can tell myself here is that it’s for someone else.
But I do have to get going on the February Lady Sweater, and the Baby blankie and the t-shirt and the sweater, and…..
Well, tonight I’ve got choir practice and I’d better get going.
See you soon, until then, God be with you ’til we meet again!