Month: September 2019
Another Year, and the Pain is Less
Thursday is my wedding anniversary. I see progress; just after Ken died I would wake up crying each month on the 19th – even before I realized the date. Ken died on 12/19 and we were married on 9/19 So Thursday September 19th has a sort of double whammy effect. I miss Ken, and now believe I always shall miss him. And I feel gratitude. Wasn’t I fortunate to meet him!
Fall Projects – Stacking Wood
After more than a week of rainy weather, it was great to get sunshine today. This morning, before the heat and mosquitoes, I headed out to start unloading a trailer of wood and stacking it for the cook stove. Before the mosquitoes bothered me I had between a third and a half of the trailer unloaded. the shorter or longer pieces went to bulb crates. Long pieces will go into the larger wood stove on …
Progress on the Pin Loom Project
Remember the necks I knit last winter? Well, I knit quite a few. And I had some yarn left over. I bought a pin loom, a tiny wooden square with nails along each side. And I wove squares from the bits an pieces left from the necks Then I came up with a plan for a lap blanket. I used some other left overs – grey and brown for in between the colored squares It …