Last week I ventured South to visit my siblings, siblings-in-law, nieces, nephews, grand-nephew, and my dear, old friend. Finn stayed behind up North with Farmer Joel. It was wonderful to see everyone! One of my loved ones fell ill, so I was happy I was there to pitch in and do what I could to help. I had loads of fun with my grand-nephew!
Ok, so now come on, you have to admit that he’s about the cutest little pumpkin you’ve ever seen, yes? (I’m not biased in the least, ha ha!).
He says things like, “Ka-boo” for “Peek-a-boo,” and has quite an otherwise extensive vocabulary. He’ll be 2 in February. It was delightful to play with him. He was a little shy with me at first since I don’t see him very often, but by Day Three, he was holding out his arms for his Aunt “Winnie.” Melt my heart! ❤
I miss this little guy so much already!
I also got to see my niece, and she allowed me some time with her doggie since I couldn’t be with my Finn.
I’m so glad I got to have that visit. I wish we all lived closer to one another. At least we’re in the same time zone! Now that I’m back up in the cold, shivery North, I think about my recent trip and feel a lot warmer.
Oh, and since this summer, with the help of Heidi, Elaine, and Emer, I am now knitting again. My mother taught me to knit many years ago(as well as crochet, sew, embroider, needlepoint, cook, bake, garden, play piano, etc…..), but I lost interest very quickly. I’ve since picked it up again, and I’m working on two scarves, plus a blanket square. A shout-out goes to Tina from Mountain Yarns, who has been patiently coaching me. If you haven’t tried knitting, I highly recommend it. It is a very peaceful, relaxing hobby. (except when you have to rip out 20 rows of stitches…)
Have a lovely day and a wonderful weekend!