Knitters, Flipping Out, It’s A Bird!

Knitters, Flipping Out, It’s A Bird!


OMG!  IT’S HER CONTINUED

A little bit more about the Fiber Arts Extravaganza.  Did I mention how awesome it is to be in a room full of knitters, most of whom don’t know each other, all knitting, talking, laughing and admiring?  Or, how completely normal it felt to go up to a total stranger (though anyone who knits I don’t count as a stranger) and fondle a piece of her clothing or her project?  Gotta tell you, it felt pretty darn good!  And if that isn’t cool enough, I won a door prize!  Yay!  A set of Annie Modesitt Flip Knit books which are really neat, like a tiny knitting movie!  If you haven’t see these, you’re missing out on the cool factor alone!

WATCH THE BIRDIE

Mr. and Ms. Dove are still keeping house on the electrical box.  I can’t tell if the chicks have hatched, the nest is never unattended, but I haven’t heard any baby bird peeping so far.  What’s the incubation period for doves?  Don’t know.  Off to google….  Google says 2 to 2 1/2 weeks, so we should be getting really close to hatching, if they haven’t already.  Like I said, the nest is never unattended.  I think I’ll just check  on it a little more often.  Maybe I can catch a glimpse.

Smile, breathe and go slowly.  Thich Nhat Hanh

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