This is the 3rd year hubby and I went yarn bombing for Valentine’s Day. Since last years hearts are still up, I picked a different location, closer to our group’s knit night.
Such fun! Happy Valentine’s Day!
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I am overwhelmed by the horror of the event in Newton. All those families were getting ready to spend time with their loved ones when school got out for the holidays. I still get to be out and about this weekend and I plan to stop and think of them often. Hopefully some Christmas songs can help spread some much needed cheer.
I was asked to bring my “potluck salad” for Thanksgiving – lucky me! So easy!
After the big meal with the family and all the Turkey day traditions, I am lucky enough to have three days off. I’m not they type that enjoys the Black Friday sales so I’m looking at a very welcome bit of down time. A few things on my weekend “menu:”
Currently, I’m enjoying “Telegraph Avenue” (Chabon)
… and am learning about “The power of habit” (Duhigg).
I just cast on for some “toasties” and am working on the leg of sock number one of a toe-up version of the a pair of tesserae socks.
The last of the SOAR photos need to get weeded and posted.
Take a “photowalk” around town.
Cooking, making, baking…:
Try a new recipe using the pears from our farmbox.
Maybe the “caramel pear cranberry cake” from the November issue of Sunset – made in a crock pot – bonus!
I hope to participate in “Small Business Saturday” and find some new etsy sellers to support.
See a movie: “Lincoln” or “Wreck it Ralph” (or both).
Football: It can’t be Thanksgiving weekend without football.