Friday, September 16, 2011

Adventures in Grandmother Land

It's Fair season. The air is crisp. Pumpkins are showing up at the roadside produce stands. Sunsets are gorgeous too. Luke has grown from a newborn to a 6 week old little person.
It seems like a very long time since I have talked to my blog, but today seems like the day to make up for lost time.

There's been a lot of knitting going on in my life. Sweaters and hats for
Luke. Scarves and shawls, some for me and some for our St. Nick's Knits sale in December. Money raised at our church sale is being put to good use in several ways. Profits made have already gone to a needy family last Christmas, used to purchase supplies for our after-school program for local elementary students and, last week, funded the purchase of cool recyclable shopping bags with our church logo and "Small Steps Towards Sustainability" on each beautiful navy blue bag.

So, yes, I have been busy knitting. I love it too.
As much as I adore the knitting, it pales in comparison to any time I get to spend with my darling grandson. Even when he's sleeping.


  1. How wonderfully sweet he is. Grandmother Land suits you. I know you must be on Cloud 9. Cloud 9 in autumn! It isn't crisp here but it is cooler. Lovely little hand knits you've made.

  2. This blog needs a cutie in a pumpkin hat.