I’ve been learning how to knit. I started out taking a six-week class, but after week two I suddenly found myself blessed with a full-time job so I had to quit the class. I’m determined, so I have continued on using the book I got as part of the class. It’s slow going sometimes, and I’m become an expert in un-knitting, but I love it! Someday I hope to be able to knit like Alicia Paulson . I would totally wear that pink fair aisle sweater she knit for her adorable wee one, if it were my size. Is that wrong? To be 40-ish and wanting a sweater like that? Oh, who cares! I’d do it!
After I made a meatloaf for the freezer and browned 8 pounds of ground beef to be separated into baggies and put into the freezer for future workday meals, I spent some time playing at taking pictures. I just have so much fun with it. My husband thinks I’m a bit strange about it though.
Later, we went to look at a house on some acreage. Oh how I would love to be in the country. So peaceful. Beautiful. Silent. Lots to photograph there. I love the fern growing out of the back porch step. The heart carved in the door. The tiny stained-glass window. I just happened to see the horseshoe on my way back to the car. Tomorrow we are going to actually walk through the house with a Realtor It’s a fixer-upper for sure, but the foundation looked solid. At any rate, I’ll be taking more photos.