Sunday, May 24, 2015
A friend of mine is getting married this summer and her wedding shower was Saturday morning. (She is the one referred to as the older sister of my sons' friends who remembered to nag them each Mother's day.)
The gift, pictured below being checked out by Leo, was finished in plenty of time. A pie/casserole carrier.
And just like that--I doubled my finished projects for the year to four,
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Yes. There is such a thing.
I discovered I will need a gift very soon so if blogging wanes, you will know the reasons. For obvious reasons I won't be showing any pictures here until later. But there will knitting going on. Fiddly, and fussy, but I think it will fun. And even better, I can use stash yarn!
So, I will need more things to blog about when I do blog. Hmmmm.
Well today was my Grammy day. No time for pictures today. He kept waking when I put him down for his nap. I finally had to hold him so he could get a good nap. Nearly all afternoon. My poor arm was dead. We also were back to the green beans.
It seems that Little Farmer flunked fruits. I was flummoxed. When his daddy was little, I could hardly keep fruit in the house. And this guy won't touch them. Amazing.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
One of the advantages of being a mother-in-law, is having a daughter-in-law. Once the sister of my sons' best friends moved away, and wasn't able to nag them to remember to buy a Mother's Day card or flowers, my celebration was rather sparse.
However, with Older Son's marriage, came Cow Girl and my wonderful grandkids. And gifts on Mother's Day!
Thanks Farm Gal and Little Farmer! And thanks to my wonderful DIL too.
Oh yes, my boys too.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Friday, May 8, 2015
All that daily posting of poems really was hard to keep up with and I needed a break.
So, just what has been happening in the mean time? Lots of little things. Nothing worthy of a large post, but bits and pieces. I will try to catch you up out there in bloggerland. First up--Grammyhood.
Little Farmer was introduced to the wonderful world of cereal and veggies. Here he is enjoying his strained beans.
He is also exploring his new favorite toys. His feet.
I have also been working on his gray spiral blankie. Three more spirals of seven rounds each have been completed. But the blankie itself looks basically the same. Since it is too large to spread out, pictures will have to wait on that.
More catching up tomorrow.