This is the project I worked on while I was at the beach last week. Of course I didn't work on the pair of socks that has been on the needles since September. This DK sock yarn arrived right before we left, so I cast on right away. The colors seemed perfect for winter at... Continue Reading →
I'm back from my trip to the beach! It wasn't a super long trip but it was exactly what I needed. We mostly tried to avoid crowds and we got a lot of takeout, but it was still the most I've been out in public since the pandemic. I was worried my anxiety would be... Continue Reading →
I am back from my work and play in beautiful Hawaii. Tomorrow I'll show you my scarf progress, but for today I wanted to share some photos I took on my trip. I spent a week doing work stuff on Oahu, and then went to the big island to relax before coming home. Everything was... Continue Reading →
You just can't visit Washington DC in the springtime without stopping to see the cherry blossoms. It was a little early today but there are already a few trees blooming. I am hoping to get another chance to see them soon, hopefully even more trees will be in bloom by then.
My trip to DC was a success! I had a fantastic, exhausting time, met lots of amazing people, and even got a little bit of knitting done. In fact I met several other knitters who have had waaay more practice than me. Now I have new knitting goals. I took a few photos from my... Continue Reading →
I've returned from my travels! I'm exhausted but it was a very productive work trip. I worked on my hat while I was away, and realized partway through that I had grabbed a pattern for the wrong weight yarn. I ended up restarting and just making things up as I went along. Not sure how... Continue Reading →
This week's writing prompt was "my happy place." For me the first thing that came to mind was my honeymoon. Here's my poem about it.My Happy Place cool evening breezes tiny lizard feet paper umbrellas orchid-scented everything turtle breakfast companions teeming technicolor reefs so many waterfalls and a bird's-eye-view just this side of nauseous That... Continue Reading →