hello sweet friends,how nice it is to see the sun shining after a week of rain and gloom, how nice it is to be sitting here at my mam's with internet access (my sporadic posting and reading and commenting is because we have no phone-line connected at our home yet).
I have survived my second week of full-time office work and through it is a strange feeling to be inside a tall building building and at a desk I am thoroughly enjoying the people I work with, learning about what I will be doing on a day-to-day basis and how much effort goes into moving and settling people from one country to the next. I also have one remaining essay and an exam to do in the coming weeks before I finish my degree and motivating myself to see them through is becoming a real test. Its hard not to feel a bit down about it.
tunic. It was totally worth the 135 or so squares I had to make for it - and has turned out much more delicate and lovely than I anticipated.
But little things like laughing with my husband, feeling yarn in my fingers, eating stew, and reading favourite childhood books are endless wells of comfort.
scarf, which I have named Esmé Boudot. It only took a couple of days of train and car trips to complete - I highly recommend this site for free crochet patterns.
I have a few more projects on the hook so to speak, and will share them with you throughout the winter. All I can say is that I am so happy so many of my friends have babies growing in their bellies!
this is his Saturday morning attire,
pretty darn handsome if you ask me.
And in case you were wondering I am trying very hard to get the next installment of Miss Mavis up asap!