I don’t know if I made you all aware, but at the beginning of the year I decided to start my own Newsletter! I think this will be a great way to wrap up every month and announce special things to a broader audience.
You’re more than welcome to join my mailing list if you want to 🙂 There’s a little widget right over on the right hand side of my blog (scroll down past the patterns) to put your email address into and I swear not to share it with anyone else ever ever ever never. The next letter goes out at the Beginning of February!
Happy Monday! Isn’t nice waking up after a short weekend and not absolutely regretting going to work before you get there? Big change for me from my former job. Anyways, I’m a Train fan and when I first heard their new single on the radio on the way to said new job, I fell in love and I hope you do too!
I shared this as a WIP a week or so ago and it’s here today as an FO! This scarf was a custom request and I really like how it turned out, and The Gentleman didn’t even do a bad job taking pictures of it 🙂
This hooded scarf was knit out of a variety of materials in colors ranging in the oranges and browns with a few creamy endeavors. Now, it’ is on it’s way to Joshua Tree to keep the recipient warm and colorful.
Remember that small life I saved at work last week?
S/he’s returned and has graced my desk with his/her presence, a good omen no? Just seeing this little guy post-saving makes me all the more happy that I was able to see his plight and save his wee life 🙂
Welcome to another week here in 2012! This week I’m sharing with you a song that caught my attention a few months back but is now starting to make the radio rounds here in Denver and really, it’s a phenomenal song and you should hear it too 🙂
Yesterday at work I was talking with a coworker and noticed this little guy upside down on the window sill furiously trying to right himself. I lent a hand (well, finger really) to help him up and he was so exhausted and dusty he just kind of chilled there for a little while before I had to put him on my desk so that I could get back to work using both hands.
Shortly after that, he disappeared and my good deed for the day was all but a memory and shoddy phone photo for proof.