Quiet Aftermath


Well the electricity went off early this morning, so I’m listening to NPR on the battery-charged radio, typing this on my phone, sitting in my little knitting corner and knitting- because outside of doing the dishes and


rearranging the den to allow the lovely breeze in, there’s not much else I can do. Except for the electrical situation (and our neighbor’s water shortage- they use a well), it’s hard to believe that yesterday we were prepping for a hurricane!
So of course I started a new project- one in my list – Hawthorne. After the initial 311-stitch cast-on, it’s pretty clear sailing.


This evening, we have reservations to a local Residence Inn which will hopefully have electricity, so those of us working tomorrow will be able to get ready.
In the meantime, I get to hang out with these guys:


In the immortal words of Ina Garten: How bad can that be?
God be with you ’til we meet again- and thanks for your prayers and well wishes!

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Author: fuguestateknits

Wife of one, mother of six, gram of five (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!

One thought on “Quiet Aftermath”

  1. In this photo of Johnny. he looks old enough to start school this week. (….and if they don’t hurry & get the HoCo schools open. He WILL be old enough to start!
    Gram always has this expression when he first looks at anyone. He’s trying to figure us out.
    Glad U R making the best of a difficult situation & staying in a really good spot in the world. (My kids were there several weeks last spring).

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