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3 Years and Counting...

I've noticed lately my little netbook is starting to show it's age.



Oh the stories those ridges have helped tell. I hope stick around to help me tell a few dozen more.


peace

Bumps in the Road...

Sometimes I wonder if people in my life, and especially those who only know me through reading this blog, wonder if I'll ever get my shit together or if our lives will always be this crazy bumpy road of ups and downs. Sometimes I wonder that myself. Though I also wonder if my life is really full of more ups and downs than other peoples', or if it just feels like that because I'm the one living through my bumps. I'm guessing we all have our share of bumps to navigate, and that we all have our own level of comfort when it comes to sharing our individual travel logs.

I hit one of those unexpected bumps this weekend in regards to my business. I hope it's nothing more than that...a bump...though it has caused me to recalculate the direction of my travels a bit. After initial disappointment, and a little anger, and a bottle of red wine, I'm at peace with what's happened and the new map that has started to form to keep me moving towards my desired destination. At l…

Friday Fiber...

I feel like it's been a long time since I've had any fiber goodness to share. After finishing my "15 month" socks and Scott's Dashing Mitts, the only project I've had hanging around in my knitting bag is a circular shrug for Miss Lexi(Ravelry link). It's a project that I'm finding to be less than inspiring. I've been reminded how much I dislike knitting with cotton, but I keep plugging away and I've just got an inch or so of 3x1 edging to finish before I'm out of yarn and it's off the needles. While I had planned to make a similar shrug for Miss Brea, I do believe her celery green yarn will have to express itself through a different pattern.

Today the weather has turned from sunny and warm, to gray and wet. According to the forecast we best get used to the cooler temps for a bit after a teaser of 80s last weekend. No better time to tackle casting on a new project or two, right?

While visiting Western Nebraska for spring break I, of cours…

Seasonal Shift...

It has only taken a few warm, sunny days to start to feel a shift in our activities. We spend more time outside. More time just enjoying life. More time being active. More time playing. Which for me means LESS time sitting in front of my computer. Which means I'll probably spend more time taking pictures like this...



And less time actually posting them. So begins the joys of warmer weather living!


peace