'Time has a way of showing
us what really matters."
slow down a wee bit because while
I always try to be present, it is going
by too fast!
Thank you for all the comments to
my last post, Emerson was thrilled
to be in this space and to learn to
knit. I hope when she is in Germany
she keeps it up.
Besides time with yarn and sticks,
we have been busy putting together
puzzles, reading and painting numerous
masterpieces to hang on my walls.
I did some playing in the kitchen
and prepared quinoa patties with
lots of garlic, broccoli and cheddar
cheese, oh my
My bread came out okay, but it really
must be toasted, and toasted well or
it has a funny texture. I have been
eating it along with my smoothie
in the mornings and it does help
keep me full until lunch.
The heat and humidity remain a constant
here, along with huge thunderstorms
every afternoon. I am ready for winter!
I finished the hat I was test knitting
for Ginny and today cast on a newborn
hat in the same pattern. This hat will
be donated, along with some other
items, to my local women's shelter.
Right now it's warm, but before long
winter will be here and most often
women and children arrive at the shelter
with just the clothes they are wearing.
Every little item helps.
Porter is now two months old!
On Saturday my baby Alex will turn 18
and as a special treat he, along with my
daughter, son in love and Emerson left
at 3:00 a.m. and are now in NYC for a
few days to play tourists. While I already
miss them all I know they are having a
grand time. Emerson took her knitting
Do you have special plans for the
weekend? On Saturday I will
have Porter here again for the day
and then on Sunday Mike and I hope
to be on the beach at sunrise; the logger-
head turtles are hatching and we would
like to witness the miracle.