Wednesday, October 25, 2006

There be Snow here

This is what I woke up to this morning. It does look pretty but I don't treasure driving in it yet.



Tomorrow I head up to Missoula to visit my daughter Sarah in College. Its been 2 months since I have seen here. I can't wait.

Yesterday spinning day was at Celeste's and it was a blast we had 6 people show and fun was had by all. We ended up at The Yarn Connection to get Debbie some sock yarn. It is so fun getting people back into knitting and spinning when they have let it slide. It looks like I will have both Amy and Debbie knitting socks soon. I picked up some yarn to make my MIL socks for christmas. I will have a pair I can work on when I am up in Missoula, I have to hide the pirate socks around Sarah. I'll post a pic of them as soon as the pattern is visible. I have not gotten back to them since I ripped them out to the ribbing the other day.

Today the knitting women meet, I ownder how many will venture out in the snow. I can see that the roads look pretty clear just wet so that should not be a problem.

If you'd like to see the other Long necked Women check out Violette's blog where she is posting all of them. Posted by Picasa


giggles said...

That snow is gorgeous....I hope we get some this year. Apparently it snowed last night in parts of British Columbia too. Great photos!

Peace and giggles

Kai said...

It's like Mother Nature lays a soft blanket down and tucks in the earth for a deep slumber..everything looks so clean when the snow covers it..
beautiful pickie.!!
Peace, Kai.

Leigh said...

Ooo, I love the snow pictures! That is something I really miss, living in the south. Thank you so much for the compliment about my rare breed sweater.
I really like your art room!

judie said...

OMG those snow pictures are soooo beautiful. Put another log on the fire!

Lisa (oceandreamer) said...

snow is so beautiful after it's first fall, glittering and pure...
your gathering for knitting/weaving sounds so fun!

Lisa said...

I love seeing snow......on other people's blogs. :)

Sounds like you had lots of textile fun.