At least that’s what it feels like lately. This year I don’t have EfM, so my Wednesday evenings are dedicated to prepping for the Thursday docket with reading and client visits, or, if I am a Very Good Girl and have my work done, I can do the Sip ‘n Knit thing. I finally got enough things done so that this week I went not … Continue reading Life, Flying By
No sooner do I finish one project, at least two spring up to take its place:) I have lost count. But here are a few things I’ve recently started and aim to finish. Someday:) The Dr. Who Scarf for my dear SIL who has been waiting patiently for two years for me to do it. I’ve now about doubled the progress shown in this picture. … Continue reading My Knitting is a Hydra
There used to be an ad campaign with this title. It always seemed so silly to me. Until 9/11. I was born in the New York metropolitan area. My parents were both native New Yawkas, having grown up within just a few miles of each other. My maternal relatives were from Brooklyn; my paternal grands were originally from Pittsburgh, then moved to Chicago, then finally … Continue reading I Love New York
Just a block away from our place, hard to believe – but sure glad we are on TOP of the hill! Continue reading Hurricane? What hurricane?
Summer seems to be ending on a gentle note after the havoc of earthquakes and hurricanes. Labor Day weekend always used to signal the end of summer, harvest and the beginning of the academic year. This summer flew by – as each one does year after year, taking less time (or so it seems) in the process. I’ve done quite a bit of driving, as … Continue reading Gently Ending