Sunday, February 6, 2011

Home from Tucson

We just took a nice long walk in Mission Trails

The sun glinted on this dewey spider web

and now I have an entire day ahead of me to do whatever I want. Well in theory at least. I'm thinking unpacking would be good, putting away my Tucson goodies, washing some clothes for the next outing and a few groceries may be in order.

I'm sure Mark will be interested in watching the Super Bowl so I think knitting is going to be the right activity for me. A few more repeats of the Kiri lace pattern and I will be done. It's a luscious aqua silk mohair and I can't wait to wear it.

And our expected Grandbaby needs a little hoot. She's due to meet the world (and us) shortly so that may make today's agenda as well. She's bound to be a stylish baby, her room is decked out in black and white with touches of yellow and her curtains are a nice home decor fabric that Lucia and I picked out at Beverly's when I was there in December. So I'm thinking a yellow and white hoot.

I'm well ahead of the curve, having shipped all my Bead Daze kits to Detroit before I left for Tucson. Those that I'm teaching at least. A few more will get kitted up this week for the meet the teacher event. The Great Lakes Bead Guild is an amazing organization and I can't wait to be there! Save me some snow.

1 comment:

The bad Liz said...

I don't think that there is any way to get rid of the snow before you get here. We've a lot this year. Do you need boots? I wear a size 8.5 and have two pair, so I would share if you need them. If not, bring your warm socks....Boxes are safe and sound, currently living in my front room. Look forward to seeing you soon!