But my Donegal Hat is finished.
Yes, I have one (1!) end to weave in and still to soak it. It is not nearly as scratchy as I thought it would be. So I don't expect to be knitting a liner for it.
All of the snow has turned our pasture green... and our grass... at least what survived last summer is currently green.
It's was more than 60F when I took these photos yesterday. The sun was shining and yes, that is snow on the right. We have snow in the forecast.
|I hate the advertisements on the free apps... um, no thank you. :-/|
The traditional last freeze is Mother's Day (2nd Sunday in May) and to be honest, Memorial Day (last Monday in May) can often be quite cold around here. So it really is not unusual and I'm happy that we aren't seeing as much lake-bottom as we were a few weeks ago.
Our Cherry, and other fruit trees are nearly ready to leaf out. Which reminds me to make sure I have enough CDs available to hang in the branches once we have fruit.
Our dogs are ridiculously cute and sweet.
I love having a puppy again.
He has two brothers and one sister who are available, if you feel the NEED for a Tibetan Mastiff. I have photos and can put you in touch. :-)
The house next door was a short sale, then a foreclosure and has essentially been vacant for 9 months. It closed last Friday. So we have new neighbors! They are nice and excited about the dogs and alpacas.
So, I'm shaking the funk. Life really is good. I am happy. But sometimes the world gets heavy.
Happy Fiber Arts Friday. :-)