Saturday, July 24, 2010

Wow! What a busy, hot, humid summer.  In the high 90's every day with a heat index (opposite of wind chill for you Northerners) anywhere from 100-114.  Too hot to move!

I always think I should put something on my blog that is interesting, news worthy, fun, like this blog that I love to read.  She always has great links and I always seem to learn something interesting.  My blogs are a little crazy, no format what-so-ever and far and few between.  I try, but I'd rather be on ravelry, looking at all the beautiful knitting projects while I knit than trying to figure out what to write.  I used to love to write. I used to love to create things on my computer. I don't anymore. Not sure why, but I notice when I write I ramble, so I quit writing.  So, how about some pictures? With captions, so you'll atleast know what they are pictures of.  Here goes.........

Nantucket Basket my parents gave me for my birthday (cellphone picture, so fuzzy). Love it!  This is my 5th or 6th one. My Father makes them, so I pick which one I want next.  They are great for keeping my knitting in.

The best House/Pug/Cat* sitter ever, modeling my Citron Shawl
Brittany is The Baby Girls best friend/roommate and since she has been home for the summer, we asked her to
stay at our house while we did the round-a-bout. Such a nice trip, one week with no dogs, no camper, just BTB and I and Ruby!  Thanks Brittany!!!! (that's my new computer in the Baby Girls room, which is now my office/sewing/knitting room but there still isn't enough room.  The Baby Girl is home until the beginning of August so it's a bit crowded with her stuff and my stuff and nowhere for any of it to go.)

Saturday, July 03, 2010

I am bad! But.......

I do have a lot of new things to show you, as soon as I remember to take pictures, upload them and then download them to my blog. I'm changing around my computer room (I'm taking over the Baby Girls) so things are a big mess and I never know where anything is. I'm trying to get it together.

Speaking of the Baby Girl, she is 22 years old today and just like last year she's in Africa. We go get her this coming week and I can't wait to get my hug. She has had a wonderful time, accomplished what she went to accomplish and is ready to come home, till next time. So, Happy Birthday Alexandria. You've been a joy in my life.

I also want to wish you all a very Happy 4th of July. I hope our country can survive the termoil it's going through right now and wish it the very best. Liberty, the pug, will be 7 tomorrow (the 4th) so Happy Birthday to the pug. :o)

Pictures soon, really! Happy Knitting!