Miss. Heidi is off to her senior prom today. Can’t believe you are going to be off to college soon. Have a safe and fun night!!
Spring is definitely here and we have been really enjoying some awesome weather- including some much needed rain. Jaiden and I got some plants in our boxes this morning and we are excited to enjoy our first harvest of garden lettuce in the coming week.
Even though we just broke ground about a week or so ago, I feel like we are really coming along. This is largely due to the fact that we have such awesome family and friends that come and help us tremendously on the weekends and evenings. I am so thankful for this. Many hands make it go quick(er). With that said, we hope to have the framer there by the middle of this week- soon I’ll be calling it ‘the house’ instead of ‘the lot’
At this point there isn’t a lot for me to do besides provide food for meal breaks and things like that- which really is the least I can do! But before I know it, I’ll be knee deep in paint, picking out fixtures, etc. which is really exciting to me and something I look forward too.
Jadien and Uncle Scott in the bulldozer
I recently been on a baby knit kick. I think I love little knits because they are just so cute and take a fraction of the time to knit compared to adult pieces. I recently finished this seed stitch boarder cardigan from the book More Last Minute Knitted Gifts (here). This book is full of neat ideas- whether you gift them or not.
I used Tanis Fiber Arts green label aran weight in Chris Grey (blog ). I used only about a half of skein in size 0-3 months. Since we didn’t find out if we are having a boy or girl I been trying to find gender neutral colors and so far have picked out a few good skeins for future projects.