Unpacking is a little like Christmas here.
I found my basket that I purchased from Amy at Love Made My Home. I put all my dishcloths in it.
I think Knit/crochet bloggers are the only ones in the world who would get this! I imagine others reading this and thinking, So?
This bag reminds me of my blog pals and the dishcloth swap. It is symbolic of a great community we belong to.
Here is my start on the Malabrigo shawl. I can do short rows, and I'm so happy with myself.
Now they aren't the fancy pants Japenese short rows but they are by definition true short rows.
So out here in the country we are on a steep learning curve.
We have a well.
Instead of a Lake Michigan.
We have wasps.
The wasp man cometh.
Fireman wanted to handle the wasps.
I saw this one coming.
I had already called our new chamber of commerce and the wasp man was en route.
For a hundred bucks he wore a big tank on his back and sprayed the pants off the wasps.
No one got stung.
We have poison oak I think.
I have a rash from weeding yesterday.
I am supersensitive to evergreens and grasses.
Not surprised. A spray benadryl is keeping it in check.
We have a fair and its all everyone talks about at every store I go into.
We are going to the fair today!
We have stars an no light pollution.
What a treat. What a joy.
I can see constellations!
What's on your learning curve lately?