End of the Weekend

Little Charlotte Rose Sweater

Here is a pic of Charlotte Rose’s sweater.  And here is a pic of the buttons — I went with the flower buttons.

Flower button on Charlotte Rose cardi

And I have finished one of the hunting socks.

Brown Woolease and Alpaca Hunting Sock

I had the recipient try it on this morning, and it fit perfectly, so now I can start the second sock.

This weekend has gone by fairly quickly.  Sent a box off to the fashionista — her 22nd birthday is Tuesday.  Hard to believe she is 22.  Where does the time go?  Sheesh.  Went to a prayer conference most of the day Saturday.  I intended to take the pug for a walk at the park, but dark clouds and rain rolled in when I got home.  So I cleaned and worked around the house instead.  Watched a documentary that I had tivoed called The World According to Monsanto.  Unbelievable.  I have been thinking a lot about the food we eat lately, and I will probably write more about that later.  This morning was church.  Then I came home and had a light lunch and took the pug to the park.  It is pretty cool here and very windy, but the sun was out and she was happy to get out.  I am always amazed when I am out in nature and see the clouds, and the flowers and the trees and listen to the birds and see other animals, etc. how people can view all these things and not believe in God.

I cooked some brown rice this afternoon and ate it with black lentil curry and roasted cauliflower.  Watched a documentary on the Elephants of Sambura on BBCA and knit on a dishcloth.  Need to finish some laundry and clean up the kitchen and get ready for the work week.  I am currently reading an interesting book called Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer by Novella Carpenter.  She created an urban farm on a vacant lot in Oakland.  And I have the newest Amelia Peabody mystery — A River in the Sky by Elizabeth Peters.

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About ksknitter

I wear many hats -- mother and grandmother, paralegal, knitter, bass player in a praise and worship band, gardener, cook, avid reader, good friend, good listener -- just to name a few. View all posts by ksknitter

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