15 June 2008

Blogging from my brother's

where we just had a father's day celebration for BioDad, and partially to test out the keyboard on his Mac, which is most likely the next computer I'm going to buy for myself.

This weekend, there has been much with the knitting, as I went back and forth between Town & Country for myself, and the Nashua Blossom sweater out of PureLife for Lucy. I'll try and get my act together and actually post pictures this afternoon or tomorrow, depending on, well, life.

Yesterday was WWKIP day, and Lucy and I went to the Farmer's Market (not much produce that is baby-approved yet) and then camped out with about twenty people and knit. It's Vermont, we didn't actually stand out all that much. But it was fun.

Tomorrow, Lucy has her 6 month checkup; I'll let you know her updated stats, so you can appreciate how adorable she is. And then, in the evening, Mom is going to be moral support tomorrow, and we're going to set up a container garden for me. I'm thinking of cucumbers, peppers, maybe some carrots and radishes. It's part of Norma's Gardenalong, and it should be tremendously fun. I'm trying to choose things that I will either want to eat straight out of the ground, or else will help me achieve my goal of starting to make my own jams and jellies. I've been craving hot pepper jelly for three years; it's time to do something about it!

More later. I love this keyboard.

3 comments:

Joansie said...

Conatiner gardening (sigh)..UVM was selling their plants last week for $1 a six pack. Sold out by the time I got there. Went to Four Seasons today...expensive! So still looking.

Was all packed to go to the knit in and back out as it looked like thunderstorms which didn't materialize in the end (sigh).

Karin said...

yay for gardening! Yay for KIPping!

Thanks for taking the time to post. Imagining you and Lucy at the Farmer's market, priceless.

AlisonH said...

Six months old already! Cool!