The holiday candy aisle at the local Hannaford is awash in my fav candy;
Russell Stover jellybeans tell the story - that I have managed to survive Christmas, stumble through Valentine's Day, and am fast on the road to Easter! I think that it's going to be all right.
My BFF Patty and I knitted together on Sunday. We each started the Citron shawl in a breathtakingly beautiful yarn - it's Maple Creek Farm Norfolk - a silk, cashmere and woolen treasure. The fiber is so soft and agreeable that it practically knits itself. If you could have seen us trying to figure out the beginning of this pattern you would think that we were perfect morons. It took about 15 to 20 minutes before we grasped the meaning of 'alternate' rows. Duuuhhhh... but once we GOT IT there was no turning back ...
The last two days have found us texting and calling one another to see who is finishing first! At the moment we are neck in neck on round three -
But I have had to stop often to admire my beaded bracelet. It looks so at home resting against this fiber with its pale pink and grey and pearl beads - as if these two were meant to be together.