02 May 2014

Five Favorites for This Friday

Happy May!  Workers of the world unite!  (Yes, I know that May Day was yesterday ...)

This week has been CRAP.  But, it's Friday, and tomorrow I'm taking a bus trip sponsored by Rosie's to Maryland Sheep and Wool - the weather is even supposed to cooperate, so it's all good!

Here's what I could think of that pleased me this week (and I *really* needed this!):

1.  After months of being paralyzed trying to decide what to knit for my niece who is supposed to be born on May 8, I finally decide on the Baby Tea Leaves cardigan, and get started on it.  I even use stash yarn, so it's win-win!

2.  I finish a book that was a slow start, but that I ended up really enjoying.

3.  My Beginner Knitting class of three students moves along, each at their own pace, but each happy with their progress.

4.  The Tim and I discuss plans for a summer vacation, and plan to actually decide this weekend.

5.   Today is Friday, and tomorrow I'll be seeing yarn, critters, and friends!

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone.


Lorraine said...

Bridget- Have a blast at Maryland. I hope to get there someday.

I have the adult pattern for the Tea Leaves, really cute.

sprite said...

I'll be at MDSW Sunday, so I look forward to seeing here what you come away with.

Among my favorite things this week is that my college roommate postponed her visit until next weekend, by which time I hope my living room will be dried out post-flood.

kathy b said...

Baby tea leaves will be lovely.

vacation picks….how fun. what are the possibilities?

Mereknits said...

I could get through about anything knowing I was going to the sheep and wool festival Have a wonderful time,

Linda said...

One of these days I will make it to that festival!!

Linda in VA

Kym said...

When I can't figure out what to knit, a baby sweater always fills the bill! (What book?????)

elns said...

I had a funky week last week too. I'm glad you found some favorites on your Friday :)

We have finally decided on our summer holiday, now we actually have to take care of the logistics! I hope you tell us what you decide on!

Lots of the best to you.