Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Incognito


Knit Night at Threebags was really nice. 
Head over to the blog if you want to see some knitters and their WIPs. : threebagsfullcorner.blogspot.com

This woman was protecting her identity. She was knitting the Diamonds Cowl in Lorna's laces. 
I love all things Lorna.  

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This E.R. worker was also protecting his identity.
The Witness protection program must be at an all time high…

(I sent AL the folder for SCHOOL.)
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My neighbor showed me her pumpkin growing in her yard. 
She called it a 
Volunteer Pumpkin.
It seeded itself from last year. 
Love a volunteer! 
This has happened to us in the past with cherry tomatoes popping up in odd corners of the yard. 
Thing is, When they pick their own spot, the thrive. 
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 I may be incognito myself later. 
Fireman and I are trying to hike 8 miles along the Lake Geneva trail today.  There are no pottys along the way. 
Wish us luck. 
Our plan is to hike this afternoon, watch the sunset over the lake and head home.  
We don't get to see many sunsets over the water here. 
Lake Michigan is east of us so we can see plenty of sunrises, but I am not that morning person! 







13 comments:

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Hope you have a lovely hike!

fancystitching said...

If your weather is as fabulous as ours, your hike will be wonderful! Since moving to the lake, we are sitting on the western side of a hill so we see wonderful sunsets, but no rises. That is probably good, since I am not always up in time to see the rise anyway. Happy hiking!

Nancy Kay said...

LOL. I got a kick out of your incognito friends. The hike sounds like a wonderful outdoor activity; enjoy it!!

karen said...

I hope the hike was potty free! I couldn't make it, as soon as I know there isn't a facility that's all I think about!!

elns said...

I love the cat folder. I should've picked up those cat socks I saw today for her, too! I hope you have a wonderful hike 9and take a photo for us). And remember if ya gotta go, you gotta go.;)

Dee said...

Not a morning person here either. I'll go for a sunset EVERY time.

Have a great hike. May your "incognito" STAY incognito. ;-)

Katherine said...

Hope the hike is beautiful and energizing. I like the shawl (poncho?) behind mystery woman's left shoulder! Just the sort of thing I love to wear.

We have been blessed with lilies from the house next door. Lucky me, she planted them along a fence that shades them so they crawled under the fence and showed up on our side. Thank you sweet neighbor! No pumpkins yet.

Nancy said...

I don't have to go far to have a clear view of the sunrise, but a sunset necessitates me driving across town. ( yes, it's a small town, but a hassle just the same)

I hope you enjoyed your hike and the view.

Suburban prep said...

When I was in 8th grade the girls went up to Lake Geneva and we walked a good distance around the lake. I do not think that we did the whole thing but we did a good portion. I was one of a small class and we stayed up at the lake for about 5 days. it was a nice treat.

Hope that your trek went well.
We have had fabulous weather for you to be up there.

Araignee said...

No potty? Oh no....but isn't that what woods are for? Hope you had a great time.

Delusional Knitter said...

Hahaha! I love the cat incognito picture, too funny! Hope the hike is wonderful.

SissySees said...

Cute post! You are such an inspiring writer. I miss blogging regularly.

SapphireBlue said...

I love the inventiveness in using props.

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