So here’s the scoop…
I have had a blog post written and waiting for photos of finished pieces for about four days.
I now have taken the photos, but they remain unedited.
Therefore, I submit some meanderings instead of a well thought through and illustrated missive.
Spinning class started last week and the only event of the commute was a stunning sunset. Today it is snowing. Right now, I think the class is worth it. Ask me at 10PM tonight on my way home…in the cold…and dark…by my lonesome…
Handsome Kitty Boy is settling in ever so well. He does so want to friends with all. He is rambunctious, however, and that leads Best Dog Ever to believe he sometimes needs to be rousted out of the room. And The Cat Who Still Is Queen is still making sure the pecking order is understood. I have not had to fight a kitty for my yarn for many many years. There is a learning curve for everyone.
I recently found out that the CSU mascot,
CAM the ram, is not a big horn sheep but a Rambouillet. Which, in my mind, begs the question, who gets his fleece when he is sheared?
This morning I unloaded my refrigerator in preparation for the delivery of a new one. Last night I thought surely that 2 coolers and a couple of Styrofoam containers would do the trick. While I was filling the third container, I thought of the square footage of the refrigerator and looked again at my coolers. The complexities of the math were not beyond me, but fortunately (see Spinning and snowing) it is a chilly day, and the back patio will keep what doesn’t fit in a cooler nicely cold.
Now that our unusually long and warm fall has come crashing to a close, I am so glad that I put ‘knitting socks’ on my list of goals for the year. My toes have stayed toasty in their hand knit goodness.
Stay tuned. I have been knitting, carding wool, and spinning. And there might be photos.
Or I might spend the next few days staring at my new fridge.