Ponchos, Capes, and Fawnchos Oh, My! Gee, I’ve got the song “Getting to Know You“, a show tune from the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I and Dorothy’s (Wizard of Oz) little fear-of-the-forest chant going on in your mind right now. Maybe, purposeful to distract you from the word, me. I am
Now, when I say knitting takes center stage, it does infer that other minor topics or side-bar conversations and/or photos may surface! So, with that and as we continue in the “yoga” mood…. might I send this along to cheer everyone up! Happy sultry days, my blogger friends!
As I enter into the world of blogging, you must be thinking, who is this girl anyway who claims to know a thing or two about knitting? I mean, I would be asking that! In an effort to satisfy that very question, I have decided to share a few projects with you that may give
I am not really knowing which came first, the horse or the cart regarding this most recent project called “yoga”. Admittedly, I know nothing about yoga which is only substantiated when in conversation with my daughter. She tells me about goal setting, health and wellness, approach to life, not to mention the specific types of yoga
It is true how personal space reflects one’s life. This space, once a bedroom, followed by a study, is now evolving into a knitting haven. Knitting magazines, love seats, and yarn bundles are slowly taking over the teacher manuals, red pens, and piles of papers. Just look at the yarn winder clamped to the desk!
Nik one, purl one, Nik one, purl one … There I was, debating watching history in the making. I figured I would simply knit my way into the night, a typical Friday evening after a full week’s work, having mindless TV, and enjoy the evening. Yes, there I was, giving no consideration to
TOP THIRTEEN KNITTING TIPS ~
Bloom Where You Are ~ So, the title of this blog. Let me explain. Of course, we may all be familiar with the expression, bloom where you are planted. I’ve always thought it meant do loving deeds no matter what the situation and circumstances. Other interpretations may revolve around friendship or making good of a difficult