My Summer Loving Best
I'm yearning and aching for fall. I gave summer-loving my best effort by not complaining too much about the humidity. I witnessed the beauty on my walks and paid attention to the sights and sounds of the season. Mother nature cooperated with me because the summer was overall mild. Everyday that comes and goes, more leaves are dropping and I'm thinking 'yes'! Finally. This is the weather change that knitters want most. I'm inspired with color combinations on my daily walks and the fair isle knitting I could do.
I've crafted my holiday knitting to do list and it's massive. I'm not including the two sweater projects. Ordinarily, I would have amassed many knitted projects for gifts by August. But the constantly changing news feeds and my inability to ignore them completely has made my knitting productivity suffer.
|dromedary by juniper moon and ella rae sport|
My babysitting job resumed this week, how quickly I forgot the amount of energy that is required playing with a toddler. Such fun! Learning to walk is hard work for her and for my arms. I love this little job that fills pockets of my time with joy. I am lucky.
In a few weeks, we will be closing the pool and saying goodbye to summer. I'm more than ready, but first I have to squeeze out the very best lasts of summer.