...and it's going well.
Today's eye candy is an interesting speckled flower in our courtyard:
and a flowering mint-like plant, maybe it's a salvia:
Tour de Fleece, Day 6: I finished Plum Honey light [Ravelry].
and the close-up:
Merino-silk top (4.2 oz) from the Yarn Wench;
199.1 yds chain-ply, 11 WPI
Tour de Fleece, Day 7: Spun the singles for Ember Indigo 2, a merino-silk (3.9 oz) from the Yarn Wench [Ravelry].
Up this weekend: Spin In tomorrow! Normally, I make something Saturday morning, but I'm baking brownies tonight. Tomorrow morning, I plan on going to the Hallmark Ornament preview. Gotta get the latest Star Trek ornament!
I also want to go to the garden store to see if I can find something to use as a hanger for my wall hanging. Ideally, I'd like piece of driftwood, but I don't think I can find that around her. My second choice is a piece of bamboo or a branch. We'll see if I have any luck finding something.
The rest of the time, I'll spin while I finish up the laundry.
I love vacation!
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