This weeks project has been adding to my Charlotte afghan. At this point, I am choosing stitches as each row begins. I am loving how it is growing. My daughter, Miss ME, loves it too and keeps asking if she can have it when I am done. This week, I am almost done with my … Continue reading Yarning Along with Charlotte
Once again, sadly once again, I have found myself in need of mindless distraction from the world. So, along with some movies on Netflix (finally watched Beauty and the Beast), I am reading another Aurora Teagarden mystery. Sleepless nights, a cross-country chase and a temporary stint at motherhood all turn newlywed Aurora Teagarden's life upside … Continue reading Yarn Along
First, my First! My First Garment! A simple tank. Is it perfect? Nope! Am I pleased with it? Yup! (This was a project on my Year of Projects) My neck and arm hole binding is far from perfect, but it fits 😉 It totally needs to be worn under a sweater, but since I LOVE … Continue reading Yarn Along and a First!
This weeks read is Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams. Each of the three Schuyler sisters has her own world-class problems, but in the autumn of 1966, Pepper Schuyler's problems are in a class of their own. When Pepper fixes up a beautiful and rare vintage Mercedes and sells it at auction, she thinks … Continue reading Yarn Along
I finished Fannie Flagg's The Whole Town's Talking and I really enjoyed it. The final chapters were melancholy, but I really enjoyed reading about the folks of Elmwood Springs again. I would be happy to pass on my copy to anyone interested-have post office, will mail! This week I am reading two books. First is … Continue reading Yarn Along
Last week, I finished The Alice Network. It has been a long time since I've read a book that I would keep saying "just one more chapter", but this was one of those books. I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I learned something new (The Alice Network was a real female spy unit in WW I) … Continue reading Yarn Along
I am still reading The Alice Network and am loving it! I am about 3/4 through and I recommend it. I like how the chapters go between Eve in 1915 and Charlie in 1947. I have found myself saying "just one more chapter" as my eyes are closing in bed. (Edit-I finished the book last … Continue reading Yarn Along