Wednesday, November 13, 2013
one week later...
Not quite sure just where the last week went. An entire week gone by and not a single post here. Time seems to fly by and I think that, like many of you surely do, I don't want to miss the little moments. Nor do I want to neglect to chronicle them which is just one of the reasons I enjoy this blogging thing. That said, please pardon this yarn-along-catching-up-random-happenings-rambling post. Thank you. :)
I've still got the same project on my needles, and I'm still enjoying Little House in the Big Woods. Daniel and I discovered an online audio version for Of Plymouth Plantation which is making this one so much more enjoyable (although I have to add that the reader, bless his heart, sounds an awful lot like Doug the dog from the movie "Up"). We listen to several chapters each afternoon while I knit or crochet and Daniel doodles. He's into science these days and has been drawing atoms and reactions and other things I don't understand...
Chocolate. This bar was a birthday gift from Jess & Zack (the ones in Germany), and it is amazing. Thank you, J & Z! It's smooth, it's creamy, it's rich, and it has almonds and hazelnuts. I don't think I've tasted a better bar -- ever. Please send me more...
Beeswax Advent candles are just one of the crafts we made for our bazaars this month. AnnaLynn and I have them listed on our Etsy if you'd like a set. :)
We tried a new recipe for focaccia rolls that was amazing. I'll have to look up the recipe and add a link here later. They're definitely worth the time.
The baby has spent the past her entire life listening to Daniel and AnnaLynn daily play the piano, and the other night it was her turn to give it a try. You really had to be there! We did get her on video -- giggles and all. :)
Carrots? We spent Monday, which turned out to be a cool, crisp, sunny day here, outdoors closing our vegetable gardens as well as cleaning up our front-porch flower beds. I didn't do a very good job of journaling our garden this year, but for the record, Monday's carrot harvest yielded 34 pounds. These we grew in the same raised bed along side our tomatoes which were also quite prolific. Companion gardening is my friend.
The spider? Let's just say that yesterday morning it dropped down in the wrong place. I. don't. like. spiders. They are fine outdoors, but right in front of my face while I'm typing? No, thank you.
Ok. There. I'm all caught up. :)
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