I have the knitting bug and I'm so happy! I've decided to delve into Ravelry and Craftsy. I'm watching more podcasts and I have a huge urge to frequent the local yarn store. I love it when a resurgence of enthusiasm occurs!
When I drive out to Kelli's I always hope that the neighbor's mini-horse Snickers will be taking a escapee stroll long the road. She often is doing just that! Isn't she cute?
James came this morning and insisted on doing more harvesting.
April shares photos of the Ft. Collins grands' adventures. I THINK this was one of their outings with a very kind member of their church. Rose loves their family. Don't you love people who love your people?
Bill is taking a nap but when he wakes up we are going to the grocery store. We are out of coffee (how horrible, right?) Pot roast is in the oven and I would like to make soup this afternoon. A friend of mine suggested adding a tiny bit of 505 salsa to it and I'm ready to give it a try.
Oh by the way, book club was great. The ladies are so lovely. They are very nice to each other and always very nice to me. I'm the newest member. They had interesting things to say about the book, insights and observations. They always do and they are all excellent readers, so it's the best book club I've ever been a part of. Next month it's at our house and the book is A Man Called Ove. I did have to repark my car in Annie's neighbor's driveway and it WAS raining, but I really should stop anticipating problems. LOL. All this to say, I'm glad I didn't opt to stay home. Everyone came and that doesn't happen every month.
James found a grasshopper this morning and the other day a katydid visited us. A big one! A raccoon was out sniffing through the sunflowers early one morning. We saw a coyote in our driveway yesterday at dawn. The world is alive even in suburbia.
I might take a different stroll tomorrow and blog again.
Thank you for peeking in!