I spent the weekend reconnecting with old friends, eating great food, drinking wine, and watching a little polo. Not a bad way to bid adieu to summer.
I didn't think I'd ever knit again. But with a new yarn store open downtown, and with knitting season upon us (temps below 90), I just couldn't resist. I can only remember how to cast on and knit stitch, but it's a start. Scarf, anyone?
I broke my news hiatus today. Less than 1 minute later, I was done. Nothing you can say will convince me that being aware of what goes on in this world is good for me. Within that 1 minute, I felt anger, anxiety and utter disappointment in the human race. The one caveat to my … Continue reading No News is Good News
I didn't intend to take such a long break from this blog, but it just happens sometimes. This summer has been quiet and relatively uneventful. Too quiet for my taste. I'm having a hard motivating myself to do anything productive, though I have started watching the entire Doctor Who series again. Does that count? I will … Continue reading Summer Slowdown
I just passed my sixth anniversary on WordPress. SIX!! Admittedly, I'm not a prolific poster, but for an habitual quitter this is a huge accomplishment. Perhaps in the next six years I'll actually write something worthy of being read. Until then, I'll just keep rambling. One unforseen obstacle is that I'm running low on photo/media space. … Continue reading Divvying Up
It's not much, but it's a start. Welcome Spring 2015!
I've waited all winter for this day.
NOAA says: 3-5 inches of snow. Based on previous failed forecasts, I couldn't believe we'd get half that much. Lo and behold, Winter Storm Pandora dropped around 15" of snow on Staunton...all during our big Winter Wine Festival fundraising event. Oy. Good news is that lots of vendors and visitors stuck it out, so we … Continue reading Pandora