When I ran out front of our house to get the morning paper I discovered my yellow rose was blooming. I tend to spend more time in the back garden, so I was missing this beautiful sight.
Another blossom on the same plant. I love yellow roses. I think this rose bush loved all of the winter rains we had this year.
I was back in one of my favorite places today. At our game table next to the living room window. I am learning to make a Mobius Cowl scarf. I hadn’t felt like working on it lately, but today I was right back at it.This type of scarf is knit on a circular knitting needle. I will continue to knit in the round until the scarf reaches the desired size. I’ll be sure to post a photo when it is finished.Please stay tuned.
I took this photo today while walking our dog, Annika in a nearby park. I have a good friend who once told me that she noticed I often take photos of light fixtures. She is right. Lights, whether inside or out are one of my favorite subjects.
Although it was mid-morning, and the lights were not on, I was fascinated by the modern look of these light fixtures.
It looks like I’m not the only one who enjoys a nice street light.
Here is one of the lucky residents of Cedar Post Farm. I took this photo last summer while visiting our daughter, son-in-law, and grandson in Maine. Below you see me playing with two babies born the night before we arrived. They were so adorable.
I wrote about that trip in two posts. Memories of Maine, and a Lighthouse in Maine.
Since my visit, our daughter has begun to produce delightful homemade soaps, lotions, and bath products. Some are made with the richness of goat milk. If you’d like to see more of their beautiful 1840’s farmhouse and the home made bath products, please go to Cedar Post Farm.org.
This last photo is one of our grandson with one of their baby goats in his lap. I love this picture and it makes me want a baby goat of my very own. They really are like family pets.
As I’ve written in previous posts, I love knitting and I’m always excited to begin a new project. I do have a bad habit however of wanting to start my next project before I’m finished the current one. Above is a scarf I worked on recently, and as usual, while knitting it, I was already daydreaming about choosing colors for the next. I quickly finished, and It looked nice, but unfortunately because I’d hurried, this scarf was a little too short. I set it aside for a couple of days and then decided to undo the finished end and lengthen the scarf. When I finished for the second time, I was much happier with the results. Below you can see the completed scarf. This certainly was a lesson in patience. Next time, I plan to slow down and enjoy the project I’m working on, before jumping to the next.