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April 13, 2012


A few days of rain will provide you with a nice opportunity to snuggle inside and do some knitting and reading. We are still very dry here and need the rain but I'm hopeful it holds off until after my vacation.

The rain means you must relax and knit. It's in the rule book of life. Don't you remember? And, is there anything better than home grown salad greens? I honestly can't think of a thing. Have a wonderful weekend, grrlfriend!!!!

Sometimes rain is good for the soul (besides being good for the soil...) as it forces us to switch gears and follow indoor pursuits. Sleet, though. Bleh. It's never welcome! Enjoy the weekend, Margene!

Yep, I think that rain is headed my way. Rainy days are made for knitting... and reading. Your lettuce looks wonderful!!

...the old man is snoring... :D

Look at that beautiful lettuce! I just have very tiny seedlings, and I haven't been able to plant any more since the first set a month ago. Now it's getting pretty late in the year, and I still can't plant because of the rain. Phooey.

Wonderful lettuce!!! Yay Smith!!

We really could use some rain here, but it's nice to see the sun while she's here. :-)

Have a great weekend!

I need to get back into the walking habit, too, but it's not going to happen this weekend - we have rain in the forecast, too. It's raining right now (no sleet), but we DESPERATELY need the rain.

Send some of the rain east! We do need it here. Embrace mother nature's gift of relaxing knitting. Sunny days will come soon.

Your color affection is going to be very soft indeed! I managed to finish minejustbefore leaving to Israel last week.

Nice lettuces! I hope you just hunker down and knit. This storm has been a doozy!

The weather has simply refused to cooperate. Again. The lettuce will be yummy.

It has been a whacky winter and spring. Had sleet here too last week. Got a wee drip of rain overnight and it'll be in the 80's later today. Your lettuces look wonderful! From the looks of your Flickr pic it looks like you got some good knitting time in on your shawl. It's beautiful!

Spring in the Rockies is a time to hold one's breath. (I live in the Denver area.). Yesterday, returning from a weekend of knitting in the mountains, we drove through ground blizzards and a near white out on one of the passes. A dry spring has brought out the flowers and lilacs about a month earlier than usual. So, we are hoping that the snow doesn't reach the city!

Ahhhh, lettuce. I'm now drooling for salad. I refuse to buy out of season produce from the grocery store, so I haven't had salad since last fall...

Oh! Your lettuce is lovely!! Stay dry and snuggly!

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