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Tag Archives: knitting
And whoosh. There went March. How can that be? Seems like just yesterday, the 9th, when we got our new heat pump in. And now, pau da whole month! March 26th
Wow, May’s almost pau. I better hurry up with the photos! The Western Tanager and his mate are back! They love the suet we put out. I know the photo’s blurry, but they wouldn’t hold still! So beautiful!
Okay, the last time I was out in public was March 12th to go shopping at New Seasons with Nolemana. It was there and back, no other place. It feels longer than that. Since then he’s been totally at home, … Continue reading
Sunflowers in da horse trough:
Time for anodda da kine! My Christmas amaryllis from a year ago started blooming again!
Mahalo, AFK, foa giving me da idea foa dis post. She commented, “An haccome yo group is called “Math Doesn’t Lie”? Or is dat too long to go into here?” Nah, not long at all. So, I get chree odda … Continue reading
So yesterday Nolemana had eye surgery at a surgery center near PDX. It was minor surgery and ‘way easier than in a hospital setting. So I took along my knitting and worked on a ladybug sock while I waited in … Continue reading
I haven’t posted anything about my knitting lately; here’s a few projects I’ve finished during 2017: Simple socks, but I love them. I got this yarn at Apples to Oranges in Silverton; I love Mountain Colors Crazyfoot yarn. I also … Continue reading