Walking in the park a few days ago, there was this conversation:
Pretty (gesturing wildly, turning and dancing about):
Most years, it seems like the trees aren’t turning very much, then poof! One day you wake up, and all the leaves are just gone! It’s so cool to be out here, walking through the trees, in the winds, seeing the leaves fall…experiencing the process!!!
Mr. Pretty (looking at Pretty, wonder in his eyes):
You really are a weirdo. You do know that, right?
Luckily, I do know this, and I am totally ok with it. I’ve had to come to terms with my inner weirdo over and over through the years, and now I just embrace her. She’s a little “off,” but she’s also pretty cool (in her own way).
|I tried and I tried. I could not get a good |
pic of falling leaves...see there in the circle?
There's a couple. They were in a hurry!
|The trees are turning, most of them|
looked like this.
|First up, Green Hat. I started this for Mork, but I don't think|
Mork would really wear it, sooo Sweetie gets a new hat!
|Mittens With a Flap for Dollface, my pattern!|
See the sidebar for the free download. :)
|The colors are truer in the first shot...but there|
has to be a picture of it all open!
|Headband for Dollface, in a yarn recently acquired, all this |
needs now, really, is a super cute button!
Do you see the color theme? For some reason, there was a green, and orange theme to the knitting this week. I'm not complaining, but it's pretty interesting! Also, considering that my lap usually looks like this when I knit:
|Tiny sock on the cat. That's how I roll.|
|I see a corny candy bag, a facecloth a skinny scarf and|
a pair of mittens in there with that silly white
cotton that disagrees with the flash!
The headband's in there, too!
So, that's a LOT of knitting, but you know what? Christmas is coming! I guess I'd better stop blogging and start some secret knitting! If you haven't started your holiday projects, I'm sorry I reminded you of the deadline. If you are finished with your holiday projects, I am a little jealous. Either way, thanks for stopping by the blog today, and Knit in Good Health!