Last November I escaped the ‘Polar Vortex’ by visiting family in FL. There’s a cold snap chilling family and friends all over. Here, the sun shines brightly despite the cold. I’m thankful for that and enjoying it during walks.
This is knitwear season, folks. I love it! Snuggling under quilts while knitting at night is so pleasant. My two wool, thickly cabled Fishermans Sweaters are on duty as well as all those hats, shawls and mitts the summer tucked away. I’ve been working on top-secret Christmas knitting and behind on uploading pics of not-so-top-secret items. More on that later.
Today, I’ll paint the last room in the house, my bath. The to do list is long, including sorting out the mountains of boxes in the garage and a trip to the Habitat For Humanity thrift shop to donate (and sleuth for a few things I’m looking for.)
The carrot on the stick: I can start unpacking books, my shell and rock collection, hang photos and artwork, all those fun things that make a home feel like a home.
Hang on…neighbor walking past with his dog Oscar. Have to step onto the porch and say hello. They are a delightful family.
I just love my neighborhood!
I thought I’d share some colorful pics from last weekend’s farmers market to help brighten things up:
How do you cook cabbage? I’m looking for ideas.
I can’t get enough of sautéed greens.