My month is going well so far. It's late in the day as I had a long hairdresser appointment this morning. I have a new look. I will update my profile during the week.
Dinner is in the oven baking and I thought I would just put up a post as the sun goes down.
It has been a glorious day here today. No wind and there were folk sitting around the streets of town taking in the sun (and vitamin D to go with). What more could you ask for in the last month of Autumn. We have a few more days like this to look forward to this week.
This light is on loan to me to use when I am knitting or whatever. It has been handy in the evening, but also I have had a few early early mornings and so I put this on to start the day without turning all the lights on. Must be part of this new season of life. I enjoy it though.
I can smell the vegies being baked so better shut the office down and move down into the warm.
Until next time, keep well ... Dot
Tuesday, 2 May 2017
On my post last week, I mentioned these little jackets. I have made a few to sell. The cherry one is made with luxury cotton and the cream one has alpaca in the mix. They are nice and soft. Of course, I used a 'dotty' button to finish them.
This month is my month as I get to celebrate Mother's Day, my birthday and at the end of it I fly to Adelaide to be with my daughter who is having her first baby. I am really looking forward to all this month holds.
I have lots to do and I have not made a list to share with you as it is all in my head. So, I need to keep moving and making-it-happen!!!
Today I tried a new breakfast. All the ingredients for this 'Up and Go' get thrown into the blender and oh my, it is delicious and filling. I won't need my second coffee until lunchtime. Here is the recipe:
2 tb nut butter (I used peanut butter)
2 tb chia seeds
1/4 cup coconut cream (leftovers of can are in the fridge for next time)
1 ts vanilla
1/2 cup greek yogurt
1 tb sweetener
The weather is cooler and time to pull out all those woolly accessories. I am making some cowls and using, for the first time, a 10mm hook. Lot's of fun!
Until next week, keep well ... Dot