5.18.2011

A Quiet Moment


Right now, I'm ...

*Contemplating expanding the herb garden and using some fresh rosemary to make this recipe.

*Admiring some yarn candy(skein) and happily dreaming of what they will become.

*Taking advantage of a sudden urge to finish things. Ribbed lace bolero almost ready for seaming and blocking. Still working away on the Stripe Study.

*Dealing with two cases of poison ivy and two very grumpy guys.

*Being thankful for having a quiet, peaceful moment to visit with the talented bloggers participating in WIP Wednesday with TAMI'S AMIS.

14 comments:

  1. I am doing my herb and veggie garden at the moment, that recipe looks great!!

    and those two candyskeins are lush! love the colour's!

    The posion ivy sounds Horrific!!

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  2. Oh that recipe!! Have to try it. Oh that yarn!! Have to try it. Oh that Stripe Study!! Have to try it. Oh that Poison Ivy!! Have to....um, NOT try that!

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  3. I love the colours of those skeins. Beautiful.

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  4. The candy skeins look divine xx

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  5. Gorgeous skeins. I just bought yarn for my Stripe Study shawl at Maryland Sheep & Wool. Love the way yours is coming along.

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  6. I'm jealous of your Candy skeins. I'm plotting for one of my own...
    Your bolero looks so cool. I can't wait to see it finished.
    Sounds like you are having a blissful day. I've enjoyed living it vicariously through you for a few moments : )

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  7. Love the pretty orange and green yarn...sorry to hear about the poison ivy, that can be miserable. Keep you distance, you don't want it. Change their bed sheets often, their wash cloths and towels too.

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  8. Good luck with the herbs! And the stripe study :D And really, good luck with the grumpy guys lol

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  9. Oooh, I love the colours of the Candy Skein yarn you have there, I'm still trying to decide which colours I want to get!

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  10. I'm a little jealous of your fresh rosemary! Here in New York, the only fresh herb that's brave enough to have appeared so far is mint---which I'm putting on everything, yum. But I can't wait until there's also rosemary, and parsley, and basil...

    Also jealous of your candy skeins, which are gorgeous. I can't wait to see what beautiful things you knit them into.

    And eek, sorry about the grumpy poison ivy. I hope your guys are un-itchy soon.

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  11. YAY, I'm so happy you're back into the WIPW fold. :) Sorry to hear about the poison ivy. Thanks for posting pics of your Candy Skein yarn! They look great. I can't wait to see what you knit with them. :)

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  12. Lovely yarn, lovely projects, even the rosemary is lovely :-) My sympathy to the family on poison ivy -- some of us here are immune (me!) and some can get an outbreak just by walking by poison ivy.

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  13. Those yarns are so pretty! I love looking at my yarn and thinking about what it could be!

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  14. I love rosemary! Nice yarn! Sorry to hear about the poison ivy, its the worst, hope it clears up soon.

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