Picture Perfect Musings
Yesterday was picture perfect beautiful. The humidity was low and the cold front arrived dropping the temperatures a wee bit more. Ah. Lovely! The days are shorter and shorter but I'm one of those few people in the world that love that shift in the season. I sat on the swing in a beam of sunlight reading my book. I cannot remember the last time I purposefully sat in the sun.
I'm becoming more comfortable in manual mode on my camera. So simple and yet daunting when you are not familiar with photography. I still have a lot to learn, but my building blocks are a solid foundation. My self taught course is going well. I'm the best student, ha ha. All of these photos were in manual mode.
I started a baby sweater in cotton and the cotton is not being kind to my hands. So as you know, I will be knitting like a demon to finish the project and move back to wool. What was I thinking? Give me three days or four, I'll be finished.
Oh, by the way, my health has been quite well. My arthritis has been under control for quite some time and all is right in my world. Thank goodness for my awesome doctor and for modern medicine.
I have some more knitting ideas brewing in my mind. There's a pair of socks for my husband, a scarf for my son and I was thinking maybe some hats for the California dwellers. I wound up some lovely lace weight wool for myself but haven't even cast on that project. Other projects become priorities.
I hope you get some beautiful weather where you live this weekend!