This morning, all of the weather reports predicted that snow would begin after sundown. Does this look like ‘after sundown’ to you:
Since I was not expecting snow until after I got home, I ended up with very cold feet:
Max, my snow loving dog, has been eating the snow off the deck:
He’s also been romping with his sister:
That’s not the best picture, but I love how in sync they are: from their tails to their noses.
The first Jellybean sock is coming along nicely:
Log Cabin #3 is taking shape:
I’m looking forward to seeing this one develop. I think the colors are going to look wonderful.
I can’t stop thinking about knitting socks.
I’m also obsessed with knitting Log Cabin blankets.
I wish there was some way I could knit on both at once!
Our little introduction to winter is over and my feet are happy once again:
Here’s what Pikes Peak looks like from where I live:
Doesn’t it look like you could take that dirt road all the way to the mountain?
I woke up this morning to this:
By this afternoon, it was 50 degrees and sunny.
The dogs are settling in for a long winter’s nap:
I’ve cast on for the Jellybean Socks:
I came home from work today to find my cat possessed: