Remember happiness is a way to travel not a destination. I meant to post about this sooner, but the day job is keeping me extra busy. The British Hubby and I recently time traveled. We went back over 2000 years to era of the first Emperor of China. Actually, we made a journey to the…Read more Our Journey Back in Time
Don't let anything or anyone block your sunshine. The solar eclipse was on Monday. The closer one was to the path of totality, the more spectacular the show. It was pretty amazing in the PNW. I was one of the people that still needed to attend their day job, but we made an event of…Read more Totally Eclipsed by Socks
Life should not be lived, it should be celebrated! This weekend, the British Hubby and I celebrated his name day. Last May, we decided to go no carb and no sugar to kick start a new healthy life style in hopes to get in better shape and lose some extra weight. We've made fantastic progress…Read more Seaside Celebrations
I'm a yarnaholic on the road to recovery. Just kidding. I'm on the road to the yarn store! I am very fortunate to live close to several Malabrigo Junkies. We try to meet up a few times a year (at least once every Malabrigo March). This meet up we had a special Mal Gal from…Read more Mal Gals Unite!
There is nothing to fear, but fear itself. That and running out of yarn. ~ Crochet Magazine Stage four of Tour de Sock began late Monday night. I'm yet to cast on or even wind my yarn and there are already about 100 finished pairs. Well, I did say I wasn't competing. Good thing since…Read more Stage Four Begins
Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow. Last Tuesday, I was packing for my yearly visit to the Midwest to see my family. I grew up in the Midwest. The British Hubby says I'm a Midwestern girl at heart, but the longer I live in the PNW the more I realize just how…Read more Adventures in the Midwest
Jobs fill your pocket, but adventure fills your soul. ~ Jamie Lyn I'm preparing for travel to the Midwest. Right now it's actually warmer in the PNW than it is where my family lives. Every time I travel, the hardest decision is what knitting to bring. Do I take one big project or several smaller…Read more How many is too many?