Thursday, December 10, 2015

Good Busy












Dear Mom,
Lest anyone think I never came back from that getaway in October, when Last I Posted, I think I'd better get an update here on the blog as proof of life.
The October trip was perfection. For the first time in EVER that I was reluctant to come home. For a total homebody to say such a thing is Something. Our cabin was charming, with a big fireplace and lace trim on the cabinet shelves. We dressed for comfort, took turns cooking meals, took long walks.

Since then my time has been filled with family visits, picking apples and freezing them in pie filling; I've been knitting (and un-knitting) and weaving and painting a little, too.  Sewing and littering the house with threads and fabric scraps. (Why is it that I can conceive of and knit an entire sweater out of 2 sticks and a string, but I am unable to figure out how to sew bias tape in a straight line with angled seams? I gave up and sewed the strips together with the ends smack into each other at 90 degrees.) Baking for neighbor gifts and really appreciating Amazon! Reading  Career of Evil, Fairy Tale Girl, and Banquet of Consequences and binge watching The Tudors, Land Girls, Wives and Daughters. (Wives and Daughters is very good. A+! ) Making friends with the elliptical machine (attitude is everything) and creating The Binder of Organization. More on those last 2 in another post.....
Love,
Kim


2 comments:

Barbara Bettegnies said...

Kim,
It's good to read your blog today; I was beginning to worry about your absence. Of course your busy real life takes precedence over your digital blog one, but know you were missed!
Merry Christmas, friend.

Carol L. said...

Oh Man Kim...I need to get my rear in gear. You accomplish so much and on top of that read (listen) and watch some great shows. I'm inspired. I need to check out the show "Wives and Daughters". Your weaving is gorgeous, love the colors. And of course love the pictures from The Cabin. I HAVE mastered the art of mitering bias tape corners. We will do a lesson. :-). Miss you dear friend.