Archive for the ‘Yarny Goodness’ Category

Catching Up


Well, I changed my mind. I don’t like the set up over at Blogspot, so I’m staying put. I’ve come to quite like it here at WordPress. 🙂 I’m not entirely sure what to write about… And since this is technically a knitting blog, I figured I would share some of the past things I’ve […]

More ramblings


I’m not much for words today. Truthfully, my mind is in my sewing room (slash Steve’s office too, but that’s not the important part right? I have a sewing space all my own) and on all the fabric I’ve acquired yesterday and today. I have lots of things I want to make and I’m in […]

Every weekend (almost) we make the 3 hour drive to Houston to spend the weekend with Daddy (and Grandpa Al, of course). Even though we are in town, Daddy still has to work, so I try to pack lots of things to keep us all entertained. Most weekends there’s at least one trip to the […]

Feeling better


So, I spoke to my ob and she prescribed me something to combat my baby blues. I’m feeling considerably better. Thank you all for your warm thoughts and wishes. 🙂 We took another trip to Houston to be with Steve this past weekend, which was pretty eventful. We. Bought. A. House. Yay!! I won’t bombard […]

…that’s what little boys are made of. I am very excited and blessed to “introduce” you all to our SON, Seth James. Mama and Daddy are very excited! And for some knitting goods… 2 more baby hats…this time knitted up in some Noro Kureyon scraps. They’re not as scratchy as I thought they’d be, but […]

We’ve begun the purging and packing process of moving. I am planning a garage sale for March 21st or 28th (who knows? maybe both weekends). So I’m going through the house, room by room, and getting rid of things that don’t fit, we don’t use or need. I’ve finished Kait’s room (with exception of her […]

There’s nothing like a beautiful sunny day with temps in the low 60s to get you in the productive mood. There’s broccoli, lettuce, roma tomatoes, strawberries, pumpkin, & cantaloupe so far. I would’ve planted more, but I ran out of potting soil. The hubs has taken on a wonderful excitement for growing our own food […]