The last couple of weeks have felt like a whirlwind some good some bad, but the best thing is that I woke this morning. Changes are coming my way as in a few weeks I will be moving from my home, not far but still moving. While I can look at it as a bad thing, I have chosen to look at it as I do knitting...filled with endless possibilities.
The best part is that it will not change my blog which has been my connection to all you brilliant people. So why am I sharing my life change with you all? Well because you all are important and I never think for a minute that I am alone in my struggles or battles. I know there are those of you who have had life-altering happenings and share it with us all who read your blogs or other social media feeds. I can honestly say I draw inspiration from all that you share, making my transition that much easier.
With all the happenings, knitting has been sparse. I am sure it will pick up once things get settled. In the meantime I am continuing to sneak in those therapeutic stitches whenever I can.
So how about we visit blogland and get inspired?
- Behind the Ivy's Five Things on Wednesday brings me joy. I want to do this as I think we miss so many wonderful observations while we rush around our lives.
- Lene Alve's post on her Ziggurat sweater is brilliant.
- Love these Alpha socks by Tanis. I think they are the perfect pattern for a special man in your life. Now, If I am honest they would also look brilliant in pink for myself. :)
- The Teardrop Lake Shawl is one of those patterns that you can't stop thinking of. Isn't it incredible?
- I love being able to add new baby knit ideas to my repertoire. A long time I knit a wool diaper cover but it was not even close to as lovely as the one Lena created.
- Knitters are so creative and generous, which is why this post where Jenise talks about maternity knitting tips is brilliant.
- You all know how much I love it when you share your trip photos. Dianna has the loveliest post of her trip to Norway which gives me all the feels.
- Around this time of year feeds seemed to be filled with Rhinebeck sweaters. I love Karin's post on her Not Going to Rhinebeck sweater. :)
- Tahnee has knit the most beautiful Tegna, but that is not the only reason I love her most recent post. It is because the theme is how we all need to be kinder to ourselves.
Hope you enjoyed your visit to blogland. I will leave you with a song and wish you the best day today!