Thursday, May 01, 2008

What a Difference a Day Can Make

First, Thank you you all so much for your thoughts and prayers for my family during our time of loss. Much appreciated, really.

And to let us know that we still live in Colorado, even though it is May 1st, it is snowing!

Spring Snow in Colorado

Can you believe that it was in the 70's yesterday?!

Spring Snow in Colorado

It is really coming down out there! Big, heavy flakes. Makes me want another cup of coffee, maybe peppermint mocha. Glad I am inside! I think I'll just curl up next to the fire and knit. Yes, there has been knitting. Especially this week, I need the way it wraps comfort around me like a warm hug and soothes my aching heart. I haven't posted much here about knitting lately, I know. Mainly because I update the projects on my Ravlery site. I feel like it is duplicating. But for those not on Ravelry (go now, sign up!) here are some of my recent projects.

Gorilla AnastasiatribbleMoss Grid Face Cloths
Noro Kureyon Sock MittensKitchen MatBraided Cable with Seed Stitch
Sonatina socksOpal Mexiko socksDark Plum Smoke Ring

Later in the same day...

Back to Spring!

As fast as the storm blew in, it blew out. Back to our regularly scheduled springtime weather.

5 Comments:

Blogger Red Dog Knits - Kristi and Otis said...

no words can even touch the loss you and your family must be feeling. You are in my thoughts..

5:26 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Who knew it could do that all in one day. Then again it did it to me on Christmas one time in Tennessee.

8:02 PM  
Blogger kat said...

we've been having similar weather in MN & are even supposed to get some snow tomorrow morning. This has been a hard transition from CA

4:42 PM  
Blogger Knit - R - Done said...

It snowed on us in Montana the second week in May.

6:36 PM  
Anonymous shawem@hotmail.co.uk said...

Hello MJ, it has been two months since your last blog post. I wondered if you are ill?

Enid

5:30 PM  

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