Tour de Fleece news: Have Navajo plied all singles on premises, I have enough for children's tuques for this winter. The pink stuff is much more subtle in real life - I spent a lot of time blending and spinning it waiting for my bun to arrive. I give myself the Yellow Jersey on this one because I did the muted green skein while feeding and putting Fenner to sleep.
I am woman hear me roar.
I still knit and here is proof: a finished pair of socks. I have shawls on the needles (more on that later) as well as a couple of 'almost done' projects that I'm quite excited about.
We were up North at our cottage this weekend for the first time since cottage opening. It was much warmer then in the spring. I took Fenner swimming in the lake FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. The turtle method is what we opted for as the water was still pretty cold. Fenner road on my belly as I kicked around.
Then very tired. She slept for almost two hours on the dock rocking with the waves.
Very tired and edible Bun.
We don't often use a playpen but she really enjoyed being outside in it. She was able to stand and crawl and fall down without being hurt. After a few hours of being held she really needs her freedom and this let's her have it.
She is so funny.