Still working on pussyhats for the Women's March and rallies. The project was just written up in the Huffington Post, so hopefully more knitters will sign on and crank some out!
It was so good to have son John home at Christmas. Tuffy agrees.
He and I got to go to New York to see Les. We had a delicious lunch at an Italian restaurant, and dessert at our perennial favorite, Rocco's.
I was happy that the fantastic Pearl River has re-opened in a new location. It's smaller and has less merchandise in the brick and mortar store, but it's supposed to expand. It's also being used as an exhibition space.
We passed the cool "Jenga" building under construction:
J also saw his Aunt El when we went out to eat one night, and went Pokemon hunting with Kate and Dan, among other activities, so we kept him hopping.
I finished and sent out my first issue of the knitting guild newsletter this week. It went pretty smoothly, though problems always seem to crop up when I try to insert pictures. Guess I'll be learning on the job. I had another letter to the editor printed in the ProJo, this time on a RI legislator's foolish proposal to 'make a law' that teachers can say 'Merry Christmas' to their students. Well guess what, it's not against the law. So don't waste taxpayers' money and the legislature's time on this non-issue and deal with issues that really matter. Like keeping guns away from domestic abusers. Moms will be back at the State House this spring to once again tackle this issue.