The last several days, A week now I think? I've been down in bed again. It's been a tough summer in that regard. Me. Bed. Grr. Yesterday I finally turned a corner and was able to spend some time up vertical doing things.
I love this time of year. I love the soft yellow colors that come in through my windows. Everything starts to turn soft and golden. The temperatures cooling off. Quilts and blankets are brought out more as we snuggle on couches getting reacquainted with books we've set aside for a few months.
The Natives are off to school which leaves Zoe and me. Me in my favorite recliner, my legs tucked up next to me, and Zoe keeping them warm as she snuggles on the recliner with me. The only chair/couch she's allowed on. Not that she doesn't try to get on other couches with us. I can't say as I blame her.
As the evenings get cooler, thoughts of warm piggies wrapped up in hand knit socks becomes a delicious thought again so the yarn stash is delved into trying to find the perfect colors to make happy toasty feet. Needles click happily as the body sits back and takes in the beauty all around. The sewing table that shares creativity in color and texture. On one end, the makings of a warm quilt, on the other, the makings of a vast imagination that can build and take apart and build something else.
Hot cocoa. I was introduced to a local store that makes chocolate. Oh be still my heart. Love. I bought a
The SM brought me back a fish from Korea. Fish never close their eyes. Even in death. They are the perfect creatures to have hanging around to watch over a family. Somebody or something needs to keep an eye on The Natives when I'm not! Don't tell them it is the fish though. I still have them convinced that I've got eyes in the back of my head.