I am so p-o’d. I had this wonderful post almost ready, with the picture coded in and everything, and Windoze decides to do some sort of Updating.
With about a minute’s warning, all tabs that I had Open just closed down and the computer shut itself blank, then re-booted.
I tried to stop it, I tried to save the writing, then dark screen. DoF will probably come home and tell me I have some horrid germ that will take hours and diskfuls to overcome and refresh. Eerrgh!
Maple Lawn Homes of Eureka, Illinois is having its Fall Fest this Saturday. I sent over my latest crocheted things for the Crafts Booth.
There is a pretty shades of yellow and white baby afghan, blessed by my friend Amy when we were at Women’s Retreat.
There are four bookmarks, admired by other folks in the waiting room where I was working while Husband was having some brain tests.
Just for good measure, I practiced doing some potholders from the pattern I got in my crochet class last summer. There are four of them, all made from yarn given to me. I think they are too dark, but a friend pointed out that the kitchen stains won’t show too much. Everything is cotton of one form or another.
I like working with cotton lately. This picture doesn’t do it justice, but the other one with the flash looks all washed out.
I haven’t felt like getting creative with the camera.
I got these done last weekend, knowing I am getting into the deep stuff at mid-term for classes. I haven’t picked up a crochet hook for almost a week. Another reason for me being cranky it seems.
You folks are too too nice to me.
Thanks for all your far-off support.
~~love and Huggs, Diane
ps I am procrastinating on a Friday afternoon and came across a link to Broadway World where there is a cool video sneak peek at Rosie O’Donnell as Golde in the play Fiddler on the Roof.
The bottle dance is so beautiful, and the song 25 years is so pertinent for us this month.