More yarn. I shall learn to ripple. I have a new hook. I will. I will. If I can't get it, Tina will fly over from Scotland and help me, I think.
More stickers. I love stickers. I am going to save up some pocket money for wall stickers. I found two tulips and a huge bossy-looking sunflower at the craft store yesterday.
And I've been singing. These old Young Life song books are tucked between books in book shelves all over our house. We used to hand them to teenagers so many years ago. Bill would play his banjo to accompany them (we couldn't afford a guitar, that came later) and they'd sing sweetly, even though my singing voice is less than melodious. I have been leafing through the Psalms and remembering all the songs that have been in my heart for over thirty years.
I'm off to the yarn store (it was closed yesterday) for a last soft skein of wool for my shawl. It's almost finished and a new Hazel disk came yesterday. It's going to be over 100 degrees today. Lots of lemonade and ice cream are in order. I'd like to stop summer right now. Pause her a bit. She's so pretty.