I desperately want to have a friend saunter into Darn Knit Anyway and scope out if anyone bought any of my yarn yet. smile. And I'm too chicken to call and inquire. I of course am waiting to get the call saying the yarn flew off the shelves and they would like me to bring more! grin...someday.
In anticipation of such a call I've been spinning this week. I have two bobbins filled and ready to ply tonight. I promise I'll take pictures. And I ordered and received 3 more rovings to add to the que of unspun fiber. Again, I'll take pictures. I've been really bad about not taking pictures lately.
I'm leaving work early today to take Emily to her first orthodontist appointment to start the widening of her jaw to prepare her for bone grafting surgery the first of the year. Today should just be a quick look and decision to actually start the process. So no hurtful procedures today.
And yesterday, I had to really force myself to acknowledge Anna is growing up. For the first time, I let her bike alone to a friend who lives reasonable close, but still farther than I've ever let her go alone before. I think she was thrilled. I was a wreck! I think this growing up is harder on the parent than the kid. But she is trustworthy and has earned this stretching of the boundaries. But I'm still a wreck.
When I went out to check the pumpkin mass I actually found the first sign that amongst all the leaves and flowers and vines, there is at least one pumpkin trying to grow. Hang on, there will be more farm reports later. Along with pictures. Are you noticing a theme here?
And just in case you don't read the Yarn Harlot her description of her adventures in throwing out the first pitch to the Toronto baseball game during its Stitch N Pitch festivities is one of the best things I've read in a long time. And she even has pictures!