sticks, beads and strings
make wonderful, beautiful things

Goodbye Christmas

We took down the tree and other decorations today. I really enjoyed having the family here. It was much less stressful getting ready for all of them to come to me than trying to get all of us out the door, fully clothed and in decent moods. I’ll be pushing to be allowed to host these events more often!!

We left the furniture pushed back quite a bit, instead of putting it back in the places it had occupied. It makes the living room much bigger, and we can all be in there without feeling claustrophobic.

Work continues on the bamboo/woolease scarf, and it will probably be finished tonight. I don’t know what to do with the other 4 balls of orphans I have pulled out. We’ll see. I may go back to my regular scheduled stitching until the muse hits on those. We’ll see.

I do know I can’t use any of it for DD#4. I am going to have a revolt on my hands if I do much more for her. But how can you resist making stuff for a child who giggles and runs to you when it’s time to be measured or try something on? When she saw the yarn for the matching sweater to her dress, she petted it and laughed. I mean, come on, how cute is that???

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