Little super snoozer is a lovely companion. He pouted for a few days when Bill returned from Taiwan. I know cats punish their loved ones for leaving. He's cuddling right up to Bill again now.
The pansies are still blooming.
I wish you could pet little Timothy. He is very sleek and soft.
Look at the brothers? Lookalikes?
I had to start over with my Penguono pattern, too. It was too stiff and hard and really the wrong colors for me. I went with red and other yarns that sing with red. My first idea was too harvest-y. I would have to dye my hair an autumnal color in order to wear it. Ha ha ha.
See? He wants to participate in everything.
Sam and Plum made cute jack-o-lanterns.
The hollyhock that I moved is so gorgeous!
Isn't this a cute little something? I saw it in the Papyrus store window when we were mall walking.
This is a house near one of Jeff's work sites. Some Americans go loco for Halloween!
I adore ponytail photos.
We made banana bread. It smells so good, but frankly, it always makes me feel a little carsick.
Tim likes to catch the sunbeams.
I couldn't wait for this book to come but it's a bit disappointing. The photos are vintage and lovely, but there is something missing. I guess I wanted it to be like Knitting in America. It's one of my all-time favorite knitting books.
Some of my lovely yarn acquisitions. Woot! Woot!
Trick or treat night is just around the corner! I hung the orange lanterns this morning.
We don't usually get a lot of trick or treaters, but the grands trick or treat here whenever they visit. Naughty sugar Granny.
I've been finding joy in ironing, knitting, cooking dinners, holding a soft kitten, talking to Bill, connecting with our precious kids and the grands, reading my bible, appreciating food, and many other sweet pleasures. What is bringing YOU joy these days?