women are. They are the
ones you see building one
another up instead of tearing
each other down.
I flipped the calendar today,
November 1, although here
it's not very fallish. Our
temperature reached 81F
today and as I sit here typing
the rain is pounding on my
roof once again; I am ready
to stick a For Sale sign on
my land and move!
I finished the fingerless gloves
I have been working on, I
blocked them and had them
outside in the fresh air drying
only to discover that a dog thought
they were for her and chewed a
hole. After I calmed down I
saw that all was not lost, I cut
the damaged and dirty section
off and when it finishes drying
I will reknit the bottom part.
I was so touched by all the
virtual hugs and warm thoughts
sent my way when I posted the
photo on Instagram, thank you
I picked the mail up on Saturday
and found another package containing
socks for the homeless, along with
the most wonderful smelling soap.
There is still time to donate a pair
of socks if you forgot.
I was able to see photos of my grands
celebrating Halloween. Emerson is
Little Red Riding Hood and my daughter
Erin is the Grandmother [with her hair
sprayed grey she looks like me!].
Porter is the cutest little monkey, just
look at how he is holding his arm, hysterical!
I babysat a grand dog, Elsie while my son Peter
and his wife Shaylin celebrated their first wedding
anniversary. I can't believe it's been a year.
I hope you enjoyed a fun Halloween weekend
and are enjoying the 'extra' hour we had today.