After some ridiculously warm weather last weekend where it felt like summertime had arrived, the wild swings of Mother Nature are now taunting us with winter weather once again. We had about three inches of snow the other day, unpredicted I might add. The snow was beautiful.
Tomorrow they are forecasting 3-6 inches of snow (trying to be more accurate in the guessing). No matter what, the birds continue to sing and the daffodils continue to grow. You and I both know it will melt quickly.
Besides the weather swinging wildly, my knitting mojo has ramped up to normal production. Oh how wonderful it is to be knitting and enjoying my knitting. There is nothing like it in the world. I'm on the hunt for a baby sweater pattern and will probably use an old printed pattern that my mom used for when my kids were babies. I just have to locate the pattern!
I finished reading, The Girl from the Train by Irma Joubert and it was really good. I wasn't expecting to be so engaged in the plot so that was a nice result. I can't remember if I mentioned this or not but I moved many books that I have not read and am trying to read them and then move them out of my house. Most of the books were picked up at used book sales for $1 and I thought why not and bought them! Once I'm done reading them I can trade them in at a used bookstore or donate them.
The move has made me re-think my habits of keeping possessions and accumulating 'stuff'. We decluttered so many things, I don't want to ever do that again. The same with my yarn stash, I paid a moving company to move the stash, now I want to USE the stash. I might always have a blanket on the needles just to use up all that yarn.