Have a listen/look and see what that means.
This is day 10 of 90
How do you cut down on waste in your daily life?
Day 2 of 90 Vlog
I’ve challenged myself to create and post for 90 days. Here’s #1.
What is motivating you today?
I invite you to like, if you do, and follow my YouTube videos.
How’s the day for you? Is it fabulous? Fun? Freaky?
Not everyone looks forward to the end of the week. For some the weekend means time at home, or time with family. If you have wonderful people around you I encourage you to enjoy the moments as they come. If those around you cause you stress perhaps find those small moments that bring a smile to your heart.
Here’s a peak at my Friday bullet journal:
I was stuck this morning as I waited for inspiration for a doodle. Then the poppy popped into my head then onto the page.
My journal process in its simplest form takes me about 15 minutes while enjoying my coffee. Some days I do much, much more.
On the needles:
- Mittens that were ordered for Christmas
- Teal sock , ongoing
- Marled sweater
- Surprise sweater
On the wheel: multi-coloured blue for an entralac scarf
The goal this weekend is to finish the first of 3 pairs of mitts. This is doable
Do you have plans for the weekend?
What ever you do I hope you find times to smile and laugh. If not, find a cozy place and care for yourself..
So I’ve begun.
Have you chosen yarn? Found a pattern? Ravelry has a free pattern. Nimbleneedles has a great tutorial that really helped me to find clarity.
I’m not going to give you step by step instructions but will share my progress here, on Facebook and Instagram. On November 30th ,I’ll draw names from those who hash tag #entrelackal with pics for a special gift.
Let’s have fun creating together.
*edited to change draw date to 30th November 2021
(Cross posted from musingsfromthemanse.com)
This Remembrance Day has me filled with tears so much more than other years. Perhaps it’s because I’m older; feeling the loss of seeing loved ones and receiving hugs.
On Sunday I spoke about how “he (Jesus) began to weep”. Those types of tears we shed when a friend is gone; someone close to us dies is very real and raw.
Tears are a normal part of life. My fear when my Dad died was if I started to cry that I would not be able to stop. Of course, that was not real as I’ve had many, many days of joy and laughter, singing and being me, without tears.
Jesus wept. We weep as we remember. Emotions well up within us that are unbidden, unwanted perhaps, and almost always for me, over-whelming.
But that’s OK. We live, breathe, laugh and sing, and at some point say farewell to those we love. Right now I feel with the rest of this Nation and the world the tears shed long ago and tears shed today.
At the end of our days may we have someone to “Sing me (us) home”.
May you find the blessing in your tears today. I believe I’ve found mine.
We had to work fast to get the chickens into their new living quarters. Never a dull moment.
And it happens almost every time. I finish a project then can’t decide what to work on next.
I’m working on a shawl right now that is an ongoing part of #cwcfallshawlalong and would like to finish before the end of October.
However, I can’t decide on beginning a sweater, working on more socks (already started) or beginning a couple of items I’ve been commissioned to knit.
OR a sweater?
I’ve not used either pattern but they are my wish list.
What do you think?
A quick tour of the potato patch, the chickens, and the kitchen garden.