The Neighborhood is peppered with all things Halloween.
I won't show you a really ghoulish thing in my neighborhood. It is right outside my front door actually.
We had a big thunderstorm yesterday around dinner time.
Apparently a big old Opossum fell out of our huge Elm tree
and SPLAT a car ran over him....
He's reaching to the heaven's with his pale pink fingerlike paws...
and it isn't pretty .....Just
whose responsibility is it to move him out of the street?
I sure hope it isn't mine because It aint gonna happen folks.
He's way too creepy for me to scoop up even though I know he's a gonner.
I say its the Village and I know they don't touch roadkill. He's on a public road...
not my lawn thank GOD! He is also right at the bus stop. For the kids sake the village should move it. I think I'll call....
I think I could maybe do it, if I threw a rag over him first...
I'm going to wait and see if some good Opossum Samaritan comes along...after all it is Sunday...
My current WIP: Ribbed Cuff
Plain heel and body
and STAR toe.
I love the star toe.
It is my new favorite sock trick.
My images did not turn out, so imagine a swirl of stitches forming the toe of the sock.
You basically divide your stitches onto four needles.
While you knit around, you do a decrease K2tog at the end of each needle. Then you knit a plain row.
You repeat these two rows 6 times.
Finish with the decreases each row thereafter.
I'm so impatient as a knitter.
I'm all ready to start my new socks in fall colors but I am going to finish this pair first.