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.
UPDATE: If you are mailing your finished piece, here’s my address: 6 Edgebrook Road, New Brunswick, NJ 08901. I finally got out to Wrapped in Love Knit Night last Tuesday. Wrapped in Love is a group that crochet and knit wraps and shawls for donor family of the NJ Sharing Network. A friend shared with
I didn’t want to make a big thing of it. I wanted to find a place that wasn’t crammed with people. Then I thought about the west-side beach and Kaena Point. When I mentioned this to my friend, Janice who has been in a halau for the longest time and is my Hawaiian culture expert,
Been thinking a lot of where I would spread Oat’s ashes when I get to Hawaii. His mom said in Thai culture the ashes should be spread in the ocean. I thought of having a get-together with friends and family at the beach then asking someone with a surfboard or kayak to take his ashes
I can’t believe a 100 days has come a gone. It feels like it was only yesterday when I having a conversation with him. Oat’s mom had tell me it was a 100 days and of course, I didn’t believe it and had to count for myself. 100 days is very important day in Thai