No, that's not the moon. It is (what you can see of) the sun through the sun roof of my car on Sunday afternoon. Saturday just as the sun was setting, the dank and ruthless chill of fog blanketed the valley like a shroud. It clamped down tight and made it difficult to see much more than a few feet while driving. Our trip to downtown SLC to see the Christmas lights, and to share them with you, was not destined to be. The next day instead of staying down in the nastiness we headed up to the land of the sun, Park City. It was SUNday after all.
The sky was as blue and clear as it gets. We breathed in its clean crispness and felt the sun on our faces. Ah, just what the a grrl needs. We took Clapotis along so she could enjoy her day in the sun, too. But you'll have to come back tomorrow to see what fun we had showing her around the streets of Park City. The picture on the right gives you a clue as to what we might have been up to.
Saturday was a lovely day as I lunched with the stitching (embroidery) grrls and then had very nice afternoon coffee clatch with some of the most awesome women I know. Camille is a dear, dear friend and Diane was a hostess beyond compare. Things don't get much better than spending a whole day with grrlfriends who really make you feel loved. Tuesday is Stitch 'n Bitch and so the week of Christmas will be full of the women who make my world go 'round. And all of you, of course. Who knew that blogging would bring so many women (and a few men) from all over the world together in such a possitive way.
In the mean time, run over and see Froggy’s incredible Clapotis. And Ann has finished hers, too! The multi-colored yarn has a completely different look than mine. Their pictures are elegant and beautiful. This is very high on my list to do again after I find another perfect yarn. Great job , both of you!