I've begun my knitting for charity at Christmas for the children and
am in the middle of one hat and almost ready to finish it. Knitting in
the summer is something I do only in my home. Can you imagine the laughter if I took a knitting project out with me in public in August?
Nevertheless, it's relaxing and pleasant.
I felt the shaking of the earthquake that hit near Charlottesville, Va.
this afternoon and called my daughter to see if they felt it--very eerie feeling.
This weekend, hurricane Irene is supposed to hit the N.C. coast in Wilmington right in line with a condo my daughter and son-in-law have for vacation trips. But I'm happy just to be with you folks
again and hope you all have lots of things lined up for the fall season coming soon.
Best wishes to each of you!
Wednesday, August 24th, 3:54 P.M.:
The hurricane Irene is turning Northeast so it appears that it will skirt
the North Carolina coast leaving the homes along the ocean front
and inland in far better condition than earlier thought. Delighted for
that, I am. One worry gone forever! But I've grocery shopped for
it and am hoping to have grandchildren for play and dinner on Saturday.
Honestly, they have been the loves of my life during recent years, and
they just seem to get brighter and even more lovely as time goes on.
What blessings we do get along the way, huh?
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 8/24/2011 2:52:35 PM (GMT-6)