Your comments and kindnesses mean so much to me. Many people who started blogging around the same time I did have moved on, found other interests or forums. Vicki, Norma, and Kim come to mind as some of the few who are still around. Even locally, blogs brought Susan and I together, and BFF Cheryl happened to find this blog through an internet search. My life has been enhanced in wonderful ways by the many people I've met in Blogland. Thank you, again.
Enough with the navel gazing, let's talk about knitting!
It's been very, very cold, with a little snow and chilly winds thrown in, but knitting Clepsydra, has warmed my heart. The flow of the design, along with the lusciousness of golden orange alpaca, creates a seductiveness that keeps me entranced. Not only have I finished one beautiful, sun colored mitten, I’m half way through the next. My love for mittens might be driven by the cold, but having a companion certainly helps. Even though life has intervened, and Suzy is a bit behind, we're both still suffering from Mitten Madness and we know what our next project will be. You'll know soon enough.
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As I said, it is cold...biting cold, due to the wind but, the wind ushers in clear blue skies and gorgeous photos. That's not clouds hanging over the mountain peaks, that's blowing snow. brrrr
I haven't said much about prizes as I didn't want to alert the contest seekers. Prizes will be given as milestones are reached. Don't alert the media.