Patrick has been wearing Katie's hat when we walk. It's a bit small!
Don't you think he needs a hand knit hat from his sweetie?
Hats are such a nice project.
You finish knitting before you are tired of knitting :o)
One skein of yarn, a day or two of knitting.
And if you use a fabulous yarn...it is extremely enjoyable!
I mean, look at that yarn!
It's so gloriously Monet-ish.
It was actually hard to pick out a colorway that wasn't femmy.
No pick or purple for my hubby.
He recently wore a brown sweater to work...and I tell you...this was a stretch.
And it looked very nice on him.
He is Mr. Blue.
In more ways than one :o)
I don't think I told you, but we have a Trader Joe's in Madison now.
I remember a few years ago, on the Well Trained Mind board, people would rave about this product and that product.
Of, course I wasn't paying attention because it didn't matter to me then, but now, I'm curious.
What are your favorite products from Trader Joe's?
I have already chosen a few winners and a few losers.
Can you imagine cookies that no one would eat?
And if you have never heard of Trader Joe's.
Imagine an Aldi's priced Whole Foods.
In fact, I don't think they want everyone to know...but the same people own Aldi's and Trader Joe's!
Don't forget to tell me your favorite products!
Today starts the last weekend before the last semester of Emma's homeschooling journey. It's been such a joy to be her teacher.
Did I tell you that she was accepted at DePaul University?
It is not her #1 school...but she was accepted and we are proud of her for that.
She is feeling called, more and more, to be a missionary. She has her hopes on Moody Bible Institute.
We shall see what happens.
“I have held many things in my hands, and I have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God's hands, that I still possess.”
Encourage one another,