The Big Yellow Beast aka the giant weight machine has gone to a new home. Who knew it would take so long to find a new owner. It took C’s Dad and me a half day with no instruction just a printout of what it should look like from the company’s website. It was like
Wow! I just cleaned out my old laptop to make room for my new one. My pictures were crazy–especially my food pictures. I don’t know how I did it. I wanted to reshare with you the pictures and the recipes that went with them. I’ll keep posting them until I don’t have anymore to share.
Dad is always cold. Remember he lives on the west side of Oahu, not the coldest place in the world. Here’s an example, last August when I was back for a visit, it was hot. My parents have an window air condition in the dining room/living room, which my dad kind of controls. It is
Decided to frog (rip apart–knitting term) the first sweater I ever made. It was for Oat and made with 2 strand of super soft merino wool from Morehouse Farm in NY. I decided to make a throw for my dad who is always cold in Hawaii. Here’s Oat wearing the sweater in Prague in 2008. This
How I got on the Party Planning committee, I don’t know. Someone suggested my name? Maybe? It’s been 2 years on the committee and 4 party. This maybe my last one as I’m soon to be off to Hawaii working remotely. We always have dessert potluck for the party. This year I wanted to test
I’ve been trying to get my recipes from my old blog here. I thought it would be easy to go back to my old blog to add links from old post. But I was NOT as organized as I thought. So I decided to re-recipe test the favorites and post them the recipes and my
Looking for an organization to give to this #GivingTuesday. There are two organizations that I’ve supported this year and like to share with you need a suggestion. Elijah’s Promise As a foodie and former restaurant owner, this organization is dear to my heart. They have many programs that help the community, I’ve been involved with
Blanket One has landed with bunch of goodies for me. Downton Abby Tea (black tea infused with honey), silly putty, and a groovy pattern–oh wait–it’s a notebook. Thank goodness, there would have been major alterations to the pattern. I’m not my 1970’s figure anymore. Haha! Now for the best part of the box… A beautiful
Repeat of stockinette and another repeat of garter and I’ll be done. Hopefully I’ll be done by next knit night with #wrappedinlove at #njsharingnetwork. Perfect weather for knitting a lap blanket in chunky gray yarn. First donation to Wrapped in Love.
M’s finished her first project tonight, with my help with stitching together the parts. Her stitches are getting better and still even. She got through binding off with a quick instructions from me and YouTube. She made this for her granddaughter’s first birthday this week. What a great gift. She’s on to her next project,