My old computer bit the dust, and I'm posting this from my nice new Toshiba. The kids chipped in for it with me for my birthday. I've still got a lot to learn on it. Also apologies for some of the crummy photos that were taken with the phone and not my camera.
All six of the daylilies I acquired last year are thriving. Above is "Illini Ruffles", the only one that was not in bloom when I got it.
Recently while in Warwick on business I treated myself to lunch at the Rocky Point clam shack-
My friend Karen took me out for dinner in Galilee, and we later took in the sights.
I picked up some history, craft, and cookbooks at the Westerly Library book sale.
A significant odometer reading before it recalibrates to 0000:
I finished two projects yesterday! The Ebb and Flow Cowl, which can be worn up or down-
My Ravelry comments:
Using yarn from John in Alaska. One blue and one brown skein. Altered the stripe sequence as I have more brown than blue. Just kept knitting until yarn ran out. Happily all the errors are hidden in the wavy lace pattern, stripes, and the cowl scrunchiness. All problems were mine and the yarn, not the pattern.
I also finished my son-in-law's birthday present plenty early. On the off chance he looks at the blog, I won't post a picture here, but click the link if you want a sneak preview.