Yesterday morning, we woke up to a little fog on the ice and more open water than we've seen in what seems forever! Knowing that it was going to be sunny, we figured that the fog would go away and we'd have less ice at the end of the day. Before we left to go … Continue reading Sunday Fun Day!
The secondary roads are posted which means bright orange signs posted on telephone poles litter the rural scenery. In Maine this means it's spring. This weekend, despite the calendar date, we are going to get snow. Again. Initial reports were for 2-10 inches. And more, perhaps, later this week. Even this girl has had enough … Continue reading Spring in Maine
Be still my heart! I love this shawl! Three of us, all teachers, decided to do a MKAL together and chose an "oldie"that we had all seen on Facebook and loved, the Dragonfly MKAL 2016 by Rachel Roden. This pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry. I am using two skeins of Manos del Uruguay's … Continue reading Tartan Knitting
Well, I've managed, with a lot of help from others, to get my blog back up and running. A HUGE thank you to Maureen C., my happiness engineer at WordPress.com, who was amazing! It's really all to her credit that my blog is working again. Thanks, Maureen! This has been a long and sometimes frustrating … Continue reading Back in the Saddle (again!)
I knew that moving my website (it's really a blog) from one place to another was going to be time-consuming. Well, little did I know it would take WEEKS! I can only call the tech support people on Mondays when I am home from work and so it's been a series of Mondays to get … Continue reading Glitches!
Woo! Hoo! Finally and just in time, I'm back! This has been a particularly challenging three weeks or so since I decided to get smart and change my website from one host to another ... and lost my "entire website"! But thanks to the powers that be on WordPress, GoDaddy and Host Gator, I'm back … Continue reading Back In Business!
Like any "good" knitter, I tend to put off finishing projects that I don't really want to do "right now". I have a complete sweater sitting in time out waiting for me to seam it. A full sweater. One that I would like to wear but I really don't love finishing sweaters. This one will … Continue reading UFOs Finished!
I was raised by a Yankee lawyer. My father's family was well-to-do or as we say today, "privileged". My father worried about what the neighbors would think. We went to church on Sunday and we voted Republican. I was a Republican because that's what we were. I was raised with the old adages "children are … Continue reading Nevertheless, She Persisted
Well, I've gone and done it! I've actually got some finished projects! First, I started and finished an adorable layette for a customer. At the suggestion of a co-worker, I chose a sweet garter stitch cardigan and bonnet and then found an adorable pair of baby booties that match perfectly! I hope that our customer … Continue reading Hot off the Needles
Wow! How did it get to be January 26th!? I always thought that once my children didn't live in my house that life would slow down. Laundry would be less, the house would be clean ... yeah, no! That's not the case. I can't imagine how people have any time to be bored! I've been … Continue reading Time Flies! January Update