The socks below are nice and scrappy and almost finished.
I really do like having lots of projects on the go and this vest is cute! Do you like the pattern?
Vests are WARM and that's why I think I keep making them. I wore this one today (and my new flannel lined jeans) and I was warm as toast. I'm always a bit cold in December.
One of our daughter in laws and I are having a little knit along together. We're making a pullover sweater (a jumper). Hers will be this khaki color and mine will be cream.
I can't wait to make a big shawl out of this lovely wool from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I found it in Victoria, BC. It smells so sheep-y. Perfect.
Kim told me that one Christmas a Raggedy Ann was on her short Christmas list. I bought these two Anns for myself a few years ago and I still like to cradle them. Do you need a dolly for Christmas?
I DO love our Who tree and I am sad that soon we will be putting the ornaments away again. I'm so glad Christmas is still a week away.
My friend and I went to the chapel for the last time today. It was nice. We sang again and read the Christmas story in Luke 2.
We knelt and prayed.
She's moving to Dallas in January, but she'll be back often (I hope!)
Tomorrow the three girlie girls come. Please pray that they don't get sick (big sister was hit with the barfs a few days ago and we're believing that the other two won't get it).
I hope you are continuing to prepare your heart for Christmas.
Thank you for visiting so often. It's very nice of you.
Every Day in December Bloggers:
Granny Marigold: http://grannymarigold.blogspot.com/
Karen (Happy One): https://lifeisgood-smile.blogspot.com