For some reason, I assumed I was receiving 5 skeins of Rowan Felted Tweed (a dk weight) in the mail for a Peasy Cardigan, which I was beyond excited about. Instead, I ended up with the Rowan Tweed Chunky, which is discontinued. Has anyone else experienced yarn let down before? Sadness abounds. What can IContinue reading “tweed yarn, 8.31”
I have this thing for eating applesauce straight out the jar. And one of the perks of living alone is you can do it, anytime, all the time. All natural, no sugar or spice. Deliciously addictive.
This will be my 4th year in the current place, so I’ve been doing some sprucing. It includes a glorious new yellow lamp for my sparse bedroom. It definitely is an excellent compliment to the white and gray bedding.
Two insanely gorgeous–and pricey!–skeins of Louet Euroflax linen yarn. At $24 some odd dollars, I was afraid to break the bank but needed linen desperately for a new project I want to try, and so I went deep for it. Project, to come.
a meal made of mostly items from the garden, like fresh tomatoes, basil, onion, garlic–and a a kick of white wine and fresh mozzarella for excitement.
Working with this palette for a sewing project that’s near completion.
When fall is near, I start rearranging and organizing. I’ve taken to my bookshelves in an attempt to clean and tidy things up (I’ve acquired quite a few this summer thrown about, not yet finding their place since they’ve been…well, being read). Ever since I saw some set in a magazine where all the booksContinue reading “rearranging, 8.17”
It’s about that time…back to slogging in work every day. So I’m sharpening. The kids always steal them no the matter.
How badly do I want these gorgeous scarves from my favorite shop ModCloth? I think they can be classified as must-haves, for sure, to pump up my generally simple wardrobe. They are both a reasonable $25. Squeal like a little girl.
If you’ve never tried dark chocolate with sea salt in it, don’t wait any longer. Scurry now. The combination of rich sweet and savory salty will knock the socks right off your feet.
A reader asked that I dump out the contents of my purse; I was confused; after a few clicks, I realized, apparently this is something other bloggers do. And so I’ll oblige for the request series. My purse is vintage Coach, purchased for a measly some odd dollars on Etsy from YokohiYoko–a brilliant thrifter livingContinue reading “reader request: from my purse.”
Sir Winston Churchill loves to look out the screen door in search of chipmunks, and his neighbor friend, Irish Wolf Hound Kendrick, who looks like a small pony. A sight to see next to my little guy Win.