The Puppy belongs to us, we’ve named her Kira. She brings out the little boy hiding in the mister. It’s been great, she’s very very intelligent, and I’m positive she knows she’s got us wrapped around her little finger (paw?)
She has kennel cough at the moment, so her temperature flares and she gets a nasty cough every so often, but she’s been great.
My only wish is that I kept fit, as a family we used to breed huskies, and I used to run them twice daily for at least a half hour, 15-20 dogs that are bred to PULL, and I used to RUN with them. My god was I crazy.
Now? I can barely run for 5 minutes before I’m huffing and puffing.. We’ve got it down to an art form for now though, the mister runs one way and I run the other, and we alternate calling her to play (He’s even more unfit than I am Ha!)
And that was only 3 years ago.. I’ll get there again 🙂
Lots of Christmas knitting, but as we stayed home this year I can’t post anything yet because gifts have not yet been given (and knowing me I’ll forget to post later, but hey, wouldn’t want to ruin the surprise)
The Ivy League Vest (or Green League on Ravelry) is sitting unattended in the cupboard, I dropped a whole bunch of stitches on our way home from Anglers Reach a week before Christmas and I got so incredibly disheartened – I’ll pull the stitches back up and hope for the best, but with all that colourwork…. *sigh*
Anyway, this is a little before the terrible events
The Cornstalk concerns me a little (The creamy/yellow) I’m considering giving the whole garment a tea bath to mute the colours a little when it’s finished, I’m not sure yet.. I’ll take it to the next SnB for an overall executive decision.
And thus concludes todays blatherings.
A Belated Happy New Years and Merry Christmas to all.
So many things have changed in our lives this past year, I’m grateful to all the old friends who stayed with us, and to all the wonderful new friends we’ve made.
I thank all of you for the richness you have brought to my life.