Look at this beautiful head of cabbage from my farm share…
So proud! It tastes good!
Listening to this book, even after I read the paper book. It’s so funny!!
I’m eating this…
I wish I could share, it is very good. My new fav restaurant MacGills.
I just have to say this classic disco song is the best dance song to cheer yourself up. Try it…I promise:)
The past three days have been fabulous. Today I did a lot of fun things. Simple meditative projects that help me reset.
I baked these GF lemon melt-aways.
Puffy Hearts! Making these to brighten up my window:)
My vintage bead collection. You can find a few treasures once in awhile.
Started this jigsaw puzzle. Does anyone else like a good puzzle?
Stitch markers from vintage jewelry. I’ve been collecting these bobbles for ages.
I had a great weekend. Went for lunch Saturday:
Pattern: Park Ave Cardigan
Yarn: Herriot DK (that color!)
Finished this quilt:
All ready for a boy whose five today!
Saturday I Stopped in to the yarn shop and found my fav knitters. Swapped some patterns…
Founds these books at the library:
This re covered notebook took me back. I read My aunts Trixie Beldon and Nancy Drew books, they were hand me down books. The best kind:)
The best lipgloss this week:
Wore my coral butterfly sweater.
How was your weekend?
Story time…The first time I had a churro I was in Rome. A street vendor happily served up this delicious fried pastry at a green space beside the ruins of the Roman Forum. It was a beautiful sunny day, a holiday for the natives. Quite a backdrop for my first experience. I tasted it and was totally in love. That trip woke up the food adventurer in me. From there I had pizza topped with anchovies and black olives in a Venice take away. In Florence I tried my luck with squid and octopus, served by an Asian waitress who didn’t quite know what to make of my exuberance. Today I’m grateful for that experience, traveling abroad has a different vibe now for me. With terrorist threats and decreased mobility across borders. It’s not the same freeing experience.
Love your neighbor, try adventure!
When I take a day off, I try to make it a recharge day, usually away from home so I don’t get caught up in chores. Here’s what I’m doing so far:
Testing out my “pirate boots” because I’m wondering if I should keep them. I’m still minimizing shoes and coats. They need it be comfortable all day. So far so good.
Turkey chilli from my new fav hangout, McGill’s restaurant café. It’s friendly, cosy, and tasty! Accommodates my knitting…
And free wifi for bloggers like me:)
I’m quite proud of these tarts. Local raspberries from our Taproot CSA farm share. I might have had a few…
Such a beautiful squash from my Taproot CSA farm share…such a simple recipe rice, local cranberries, with cheese. I’m going to try ricotta cheese next time.
Wish I could share!
Knúsa means to hug in Icelandic. I’m starting this shawl with single ply wool by local yarn wizards Mineville.
Pattern featured in Taproot magazine and created by Bristol Ivy.
I just wanted to share what I’m making with my CSA farm share today…such beautiful local foods…