Watching the little ones was the best part of all. Thank goodness for toddlers and babies.
It is bitter cold here, as it is in many parts of the country. I'm not a fan of this either.
God, I sound like the grinch. But I can't help it, the bitter cold makes me nervous. I'm always thinking that the power will go out, the pipes will freeze, yadda yadda. The chickens are barely laying an egg or two a day. It's just too cold.
I'm busy weaving on a 50 yard towel warp, all the while planning my next warp.
And I have some sewing to do, before I haul my Bernina 770 to the sewing center for its yearly maintenance. I have made a lot of quilts this past year, so it needs to go. And it's free, so I have no excuse.
I hate the cold SO Much, that I talked Lois into picking up a book for me at the library.......so I don't have to go.
After my bout with the flu, my first trip out of the house was to Benson's Pet Center, for the signing of John Gray's book, GOD NEEDED A PUPPY.
John is a local (Albany) TV weather man, and he has written this amazing book.
I bought one for myself, dedicated to Roy, and one for Dale, because she was having a hard time understanding that Roy wasn't coming back.
You can find him on FB, https://www.facebook.com/JohnGrayFOX23/
and you can find his book on Amazon.
His daily writing on FB is always good, inspirational, and makes you believe in the good in this world.
I highly recommend it.
Here is my towel warp.......I'm getting tired of a straight draw on a neutral background.
Remember these two..........
Where did the years go???
These Christmas gifts remind me of my mother.
Funny how holidays haven't been the same without her.
My sewing table has had the radish.........both ends fold down, and unfortunately, after a lot of use, it is just not stable anymore.
So I'm thinking of having this made instead.
What do you think???
Time for a cuppa tea.......and a digestive. If you've never had one, well, you haven't lived.