Weekends

 


Good morning, how was your weekend?

We stayed home and did nothing which is the best kind of weekend because I did all the knitting and reading I could possibly do. The rainy weather persisted and Frodo shivered. He was recently groomed and even though we leave his coat a little longer the poor old man cannot take damp weather.

Isn't it funny how damp cold seeps into your bones?

I did finish that baby blanket and started another one. I also started a baby sweater for the grand nephew to be. I'm reading The Stone Circle by Elly Griffiths which is the eleventh book in the series. I'm gobbling them all up! 


Comments

  1. I knew you would finish that baby blanket, I just didn't predict that you would start another one and a baby sweater!

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  2. Is there anything more joyful than knitting a baby sweater? It was a cold, damp weekend. Miserable for everyone.

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  3. The yarn you are using for the sweater is one of my favorites to use also. Your grand nephew us a very lucky lady. Thanks for the book comment. I am always looking for mystery recommendations. Have you read the other books in this series?

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    1. I have read up to and including the current one. I also read #14 out of order.

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  4. A perfect inside weekend! We had torrents of rain yesterday and I was so happy just to stay in (and enjoyed a nice nap in the afternoon).

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  5. Lovely. We tried to spend as much time at home as possible.. it was raining the whole time. But kids had a few activities and we had no choice.

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  6. We had a surprise visit from our Delaware family on Saturday and yesterday was church and rest. I can't seem to get interested in the book I am currently reading.

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  7. That cold is in my lower back this morning, ugh. A lap full of knitting and time at home are very good things.

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  8. Hooray for a finished blanket. Wow, another one has been started. Your cozy weekend at home sounds good to me. I loved the Ruth Galloway series. Ruth is the best female character, so real and not fancy.

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  9. Yea on finishing up the blanket! Very lucky baby. I'm impressed that you can read and knit at the same time! Not sure I could do that.

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