A Post of Few Words

Kat from JEOPARDY sent this lovely Lorna’s Laces just because

I am trying that lovely Lorna’s Laces yarn gift with these other two skiens to see if they will WOW me. I think they do.

Spud and Chloe’s Leaf Scarf is the winner. After nearly 3 days of pattern searching and panic, I found what I wanted to knit next. Don’t laugh, that’s as far as I got last night because Al got us all caught up in Cheer , the Netflix documentary. Fascinating. Really good.

Focus on the Snowflakes!

I’m headed out to help Fireman with the 5 or so inches of snow. He snowplows, I follow with a shovel. The barn classes were cancelled AGAIN due to snow and ice. Big sad face here.

Snowcapped Mushrooms and Regina’s grasses

I have to thank Regina again. Look at those gorgeous tall grasses hanging in there after a big snowfall. Winter interest cannot be underrated for the weary eye. .

That’s my grown boy. The one who never made the varsity tennis team. The one who to this day, adores the sport. I could show you a video he sent of his volley with another player and You’d be proud like me. Oh yes, he’s wearing shorts and there is no snow. The rainbow is sign of look, you made it back to you! Actually Zach said there was a DOUBLE rainbow but they couldn’t capture it. Someday you’ll find it, the rainbow connection, the lovers the dreamers and HE!

Published by compassionknit

I've moved from irisheyesknitters.blogspot.com to compassionknit.wordpress.com on Nov. 7 2016. It is still me! glad you found me

11 thoughts on “A Post of Few Words

  1. What pretty new yarn! I’d love to be out in shorts playing tennis. We’ve got no snow but it’s cold and dreary. The world is a yucky mud pit. Ugh.


  2. Gifts of the yarny kind are the best. I think it will work beautifully with the skeins you already have. Keep warm in that snow.


  3. That is a great picture of Zach. The double rainbow is beautiful. It snowed here all day today too, but the weather guy is forecasting temperatures above freezing for the first time in a couple of weeks starting tomorrow so maybe some of this white stuff will melt. On the news they said that we had received our average January snow pack by the 15th! I’m completely over winter. I like the start of your new knit. It will be beautiful.
    Blessings, Betsy


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