Spring Has Sprung

Things around here have been a bit slow paced.  With the exception of my son, the rest of us has had some kind of virus that really took a toll on us.  We are finally just getting back on track.  There has been just a bit of knitting on my second sock (Hermione’s Everyday Sock).  I could not concentrate when I wasn’t feeling well so not much was done.  I’m almost to the heel flap.  I have a feeling that I might need to put these away and wear them when it gets cold again since it’s a beautiful 70 degree day here.  I’m not complain because I want to start working in the garden again.  I’m ready for fresh foods again.  I did start gathering some seeds and I’m hoping to plant them over the weekend.  I’m going to double the amount of herbs I normally plant so the chickens can have some treats.  I’ve been reading the new issue of Taproot and loving it.  The story about the father passing really hit home because my dad was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s about 13 years ago.  The article was so moving.  I hope you all are celebrating spring!

Joining Ginny!


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These are some restocked and new yarns.  I now have dk yarn in my shop.  It’s 100% merino so it’s a little more wooly than my fingering.  I love yarn that has a little tooth.

www.etsy.com/shop/robinsroostshop

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6 thoughts on “Spring Has Sprung

  1. Beautiful yarn. You’ve got some wonderful seeds to plant. It makes my fingers itch just thinking about digging in the dirt! Happy Spring!

    1. I absolutely love a freshly planted garden! This year I need to plant more flowers. Not just for the bees, but they bring me joy.

  2. Glad y’all are on the mend! Love your Hermione’s Everyday Socks and that needle holder! I enjoy reading Taproot so much! Amazing yarn colorways! Happy Knitting!

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