Saturday, March 10, 2007

One Knitterbug...

...can't get enough of the fuzzy sparkly yarn! (Thanks to D1 for the pic and the post idea!)





Look carefully as this may be the only knitting content today!








We had a visit from a little frog...



This is Deryk. He's just two weeks older than my grandcarrot. Isn't he a sweetie?


Check out those lashes.

He (and his mom and brother) brought lunch. We had a picnic on the front porch.
Simon would prefer that I not blog. He thinks that sitting on the mousepad is a good way to redirect me to more important matters.

Such as feeding an adorable kitten.

It isn't so much that he's hungry. He just wants to know that I'm still on duty here.
Of course, once a boy's been fed, he needs to clean up.

What better way than to perch on Mom's next project? Yes, that's some Colorado Yarns Durango, in a lovely deep red.
Gonna be a Central Park Hoody, I think.
Simon says he has long eyelashes too, and even longer whiskers. Why do we think that skin-child is so cute again?

First lilac of the year. No, my street doesn't tilt like this. It's just that, to get a good shot of this blossom, which is WAYYY up there, I had to do some contortions.



D4 takes much better flower pictures. Of course, her subjects were also much closer to the ground.

Yes, the lawn does look that dry and brown. Hey, it's supposed to still be winter. Is that why we topped 90 today?

In other news, we're still waiting for some progress reports. I don't mean to sound all mysterious about this--it's just that, while I have no qualms about sharing my information, these particular problems aren't mine and therefore aren't my place to blog about. Thanks for the encouragement and support. It's very much welcome!

6 comments:

Sheepish Annie said...

90??? We just hit 40 and I'm thinking of opening up some windows. Perspective is an interesting thing...

Simon is toooooo cute! I wonder what Persephone and Desdemona would say if I brought home a fluffy little brother for them...

mary said...

Sweetie Girl and I noticed how beautiful the white flower closer to the ground is. Is it a daffodil? Thanks again for the Durango.

Madge said...

Spring is springing! Flowers are blooming! Babies abound!

I'm so psyched you'll be CPHing.

Anonymous said...

What a nice lunch date! (D1)

DianeS said...

That grass sure looks green to me!

catsmum said...

hey at least you've GOT grass kiddo... and it looks pretty green to me.
I have bare dirt masquerading as concrete.