Death on the Nile, finished in two afternoons by the water. It’s been that easy to voraciously read this summer.
It must be getting close to fall, since I’m working moss stitch in 100 percent gray wool. It’s going to be the Minimalist Cardigan, and I’m finally keeping this sweater for myself.
addicted to berry freeze this summer. its sour, tart, and you can load it with fresh fruit. i prefer raspberries and strawberries. heaven, indeed.
As most of my readers know, I am addicted to all things instrumental. If, like me, you are devoted to all things “make” and enjoy some background tunage to help you along in whatever pursuits you have, please subscribe to the Pulp and Circumstance podcast over at itunes. In a few clicks, you’ll have usContinue reading “music making, more.”
More stacks of summer reading tackled, including a re-read (not the first; its been about 3 or 4) of Catcher in the Rye since J.D. Salinger passed on this year; the Orson Welles and the Collette were mind-blowing. Mind blown.
Skirts I desperately must have (from ModCloth) for the start of the school year. Perfection in whimsy.