2018 Project 365 – Week Nine
Spring is trying to come to our neck of the woods. And there are signs of it, but it’s still been rather cold. I try to remind myself that it’s just the first week of March for heaven’s sake and that other parts of the country are still getting snow, but I’m greedy for warmer weather!
Sunday, February 25th
My aunt Mimi tried on the hat that I made, but as I suspected, it’s too small (I ran out of yarn). She wanted something slouchy, so I’ll get another skein of yarn & see what I can do.
I played hooky from church to go mall walking with my dad.
Monday, February 26th
Our version of bangers & mash. Yum!
Tuesday, February 27th
I decided that I wanted a separate bag to put my dirty microfiber cloths in (because I wash them separately from my other laundry).
It sure is pretty around here!
Wednesday, February 28th
I met up with a friend and did some more mall walking. I hit 10,000 steps for the first time in a while!
Thursday, March 1st
Friday, March 2nd
I finished crocheting my temperature scarf (for the first year back in NC – from March 1, 2017 – February 28, 2018). I’m not very happy about my color choices, so I’ve been a bit lackadaisical with the thing, and now I regret very much that I stopped weaving in the ends sometime in July.
Our daffies were taking a beating, so Dr. M brought them inside. Lovely!
Saturday, March 3rd
I mostly spent my birthday crocheting and then ripping out what I had crocheted. This square very nearly did me in!
I did take a break when Daddy & Sue brought lunch and a birthday cheesecake. We enjoyed it a lot and I think they need to bring food over more regularly. Ha! Perhaps sometime I’ll actually cook for them. That’s just crazy talk, right?
This week has been a little bit better. There’s a glimmer of light at the end of the dark tunnel through which I’ve been traveling, but my life is also about to get a whole lot busier. Plus, we really need to mow! I can’t think of a clever question this week (I know, my questions haven’t actually been all that clever), so you just tell me whatever you think I need to know. Ha!