Monday, January 05, 2015

Day 5, 2015. The One Sentence (s) Post

 The Woods are wrapped in Winter.
I am wrapped in my parka. 
My "Lady Kina" is not a wrap at all. 


*There had been no sign of New Years the visiting cat.

*Wonder Dog, the dog who ate only Wonder bread,
 is not adopted yet. 

*I walked a mile in the cold yesterday.

*I need a good audio book. 

*I like non-fiction. 

*Have a happy Day. 




13 comments:

knitterbeader said...

Loved your "one-liners"!! Cute picture of your one eye peeking out of your parka. Must be really cold. Your Kina is lookin' good.

PS: I've moved my blog back to "Blogger": http://www.knitterbeader.blogspot.com/ - where you can see my slow but sure progress on my baby blanket.

Pammy Sue said...

It looks so cold, but you look nice and toasty in that cool, furry hood! I like it! Wish I would get my arse out the door for a walk. Maybe today...

Nancy Kay said...

My wintery scenery looks just like yours. Brrrr.... I like the photo of you looking through the hood of your parka! Good one! I'm interested to see what the Lady Kina is going to look like. The yarn is such a pretty blue color. You have a happy day too!

Araignee said...

Brrrr.....all that is heading our way tonight. We may see our first real snow. I am cooking chicken thighs for the outdoor kitties. I like to fatten them up before a freeze. My new mystery cat is being a pain. He shows up for a meal but then runs away before I can get it to him. He used to eat alongside the others. I think maybe a human has not been so nice to the poor thing. That makes me sad. Hopefully the chicken thighs will earn his trust back. I hate to think of him out there in the cold being hungry.

Nancy said...

Your parka looks like those that everyone wore when I was in Japan. Many had reflective tape on the back so there would be more visible when walking.

Winter has settled in for a long stay. . .

knitterbeader said...

If you're on Ravelry - here are some of the projects made with this easy baby blanket pattern:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/luscious-baby-blanket/people

KSD said...

I love the parka photo. Love. It.

I like non-fiction, too, but have come across a few good novels lately. As for audiobooks, "To Kill A Mockingbird," read by Sissy Spacek, is outstanding.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

It's cold and snowy here too - thank goodness for warm woolies!
And to answer your earlier question about the snowy owls - I'm in Hamilton, Ontario - about 40 minutes south of Toronto. We do get them as they migrate over us occasionally - but apparently there's huge influx this year.
http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2014/12/30/invasion_of_snowy_owls_in_toronto_a_concern_for_airports.html

elns said...

Chilly post Kathy! Stay warm! I'm so impressed with you getting out there and getting your mile in! Good job lady! ps: love your parka!

Suburban prep said...

People forgot how to drive. We saw a few accidents yesterday. Today--COLD. Wrapped in a down coat and scarf and velvet jeans and boots and a sweater and more stuff. When I was home I knit an afghan I hope to have done for hubby for Valentine's Day and then I will knit another for my sister who turns 50 come April.

Judy S. said...

That's quite a different photo of you than the one in July! Brrrrrr.... Good job on taking a walk; I'll bet you were glad to go back inside when you were done. Love the color of your LK-to-be. It's a nice pattern. Stay warm, Kathy!

Katherine said...

I've heard how cold it is there and you get a "poor baby" for that! You are made of hardy stock because it would take more than the parka to keep me warm. I go out with the dogs at night in 30 degrees wearing a parka and two blankets wrapped around me, and I'm still cold. Can't wait to see the finished Lady Kina. Beautiful color!

karen said...

we walked yesterday and it was freezing! I hope the wonder bread dog gets adopted soon.....

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