Well, it’s been quite a busy week around here. Wednesday I went out to dinner with Mom. It was just Taco Bell but we still had a great time! Thursday a small group of us went down to the local Barnes and Noble and sat around knitting and chatting. Mostly chatting I think… either way, it was a very good evening. Friday was a quiet night at home.
Saturday, Laura and I headed up to Mosaic. She had gone up last Saturday to help sew the blankets for Virginia Tech together and they gave her a coupon as a thank you. I hadn’t been up there yet so she let me tag along (thanks again, BTW!).
It was a whole lotta fun and I was a very good girl and only got this:
It’s Cascade Sierra. An 80/20 pima cotton/merino blend. I have secret plans for it. I will reveal them after the plan is complete. Bwhahahahahaaaaa…
This is the first of the roving I bought at knit/spin group the other night:
It’s called Eternal Flame.
Last in our fiber category, I bring you a very loving present sent to me by my wonderful Dad and Pat. They were vacationing out in Utah and called to see if I would want some roving they had found. I very enthusiatically said, “yes please!” Pat asked me what color I wanted and started to give me options. I asked her to please just pick something out for me that she thought I’d like. I think she did Real Good!
It’s slightly darker than this in real life but oh so pretty. I feel yarn should be named so I named it “Utah Sage”. I can NOT wait to spin it! I’ve got a couple other projects I’m currently working on first though.
Our last picture of the night is our newest neighbor. The glare on the left is from the window glass. I’ve found my neighbors aren’t real fond of me opening the door and taking their picture. Or opening the door in general. What can I say…
A raccoon! Well, he may have been living here for a while but this is the first time I spotted him. So, for the count, this makes Big Fat Groundhog, countless squirrels, a chipmunk or two, lots of birds and now Mr. Raccoon.
I hope everyone has a most wonderful week!