Well, it’s been a week since we planted our seedlings, and mostly they seem to be doing OK. The hanging baskets and pots on the balcony are hanging in there, though they’re a little weedy at this point. But they will fill in 🙂 The plants by the walkway, however… I don’t think these guys… Continue reading Agriculture Report
I mostly measure the turn of the season by waiting until the enormous mound of snow and ice at the end of our cul de sac has finally melted – YAY, it’s spring! We had two little chickadees hopping around the tree outside our living room window. I have high hopes they will nest in… Continue reading Spring is Finally Springing!
I recently signed up to do a crochet along of Ziggy Interrupted (Rav link) run by Knit and Escape. I’ve admired this scarf for a while now, and also feel like I should do at least a little crocheting, hence committing to another project. And that’s OK. I have realized that I’m not going to… Continue reading Decisions, Decisions
I just recently started a process that I’ve been procrastinating on for a while – sorting through all the patterns I have printed out. It’s not as easy as it seems like it might be – I need to check the patterns and make sure I have them digitally, then the printout can get thrown… Continue reading Patterns – paper or digital?
I did finally get those flower seeds planted, after the traditional rooting around through the garage to find the gardening supplies. These guys should be all ready to plant in about two months, no?
Recently, a blog buddy asked where I hear about all these KALs I’ve been joining. I had to think about it a bit, as the information really does come from a diverse set of sources. But here is where I get info on KALs as well as a lot of other knitting news: Friends/blogs –… Continue reading Knitting News
Today is the one year anniversary of the day I got sent home from the office to work from home. Kathy at nothingbutknit recently posted an epic crafting quiz, much of which is about how your crafting has changed during the past year. She answered on her blog as did several other people, so check… Continue reading Epic Crafting Quiz
And for knitters…
Here’s what it’s like outside right now – 14 degrees F, 8 – 10 inches of snow on the ground. So what am I doing tomorrow? Starting seeds. Because why not?