It’s been a strange week here full of emotion and ‘words’ – I’m beginning to feel hemmed in and ‘restricted’ more so now than over the past weeks. Who knew that state Premiers not agreeing on when to open their borders, golf being allowed but choir singing not, farts and having sausages for dinner two nights in a row could be reasons for a war of words in our household.
There was one bright happening I’ll tell you about……and it appeared when I wasn’t even looking. Since the world blew up in our faces lots of my emails have remained unread…no interest – couldn’t be bothered – you name it, it just didn’t happen. Anyway trying to clear my head by clearing the inbox seemed like a good way to spend half an hour and that’s when I saw something that really put all this weeks rubbishy ‘stuff’ into the garbage bin where it belonged!
Sometimes I tell you about the things I knit 🙂
I give/donate them to Knit One Give One (aka KOGO) who then give to what they call community partners (We supply our items to over 280 Community partner organisations. These are Public Benevolent Institutions, charities and government agencies source) which means none of us knitters know where our gifts will end up or who will benefit from our ‘handwork’
September last year I mentioned that while we were in Bowen I’d been trying to use up odd left over half balls and how I’d been taking a bit of this colour and mixing with a bit of that…..hoping to end with some pleasant, what I call half and halves. See here for the end result – https://cranethie.com/2019/09/26/its-not-all-lying-around-in-the-sun-you-know/
OK back to the emails.
Look what I saw when I opened a recent newsletter. A delightful little one with a big smile on her face wearing a pink and grey raglan sleeved cardigan, pink stripes on the sleeve cuffs finished off with grey buttons. Certainly brought a smile to my face.
The sun has just come out to dry up some of the enormous amount of rain we’ve had over the past couple of days. Maybe some time in the garden is what I need…..then I can pick up the needles again 🙂