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Log HouseOh, the weather has shifted to Perfect here.  The nights are cool, the breezes have returned.  I mowed the whole yard today and didn't really get hot.  Laurel's in hats and two shirts, Roan has on long sleeves, and Willow's been reunited with her tights.  The Rose of Sharon hasn't had blooms on it for a week or so, signalling the true end of Summer in a few days.  It just feels so nice.

We're still waiting around here, waiting to know about Mike's unemployment and waiting to know the results of an interview he has this week.  He'll have a second interview for the same position some time soon.  We are praying, for certain, that it works out, as the position would mean many good things for our family.  There is still a lot of uncertainty in the air.  We are holding out okay, presently.  In the meanwhile, he's continuing on with being very busy in other pursuits of videography, web and graphic design, music and house painting.  Now, just to get him to tackle our porches. . .

I've been in a mood to bake bread lately, so I've tried out hamburger buns.  They were a hit, all around.  I've got some oatmeal bread for supper tonight.  blakdove sent a box with yarn and cookies, just as I was sending out a box to another friend with the wool animals and more cookies.  The package had been lost in the mail and one of my dear lanterns was crushed.  Thank goodness for strong paper!  I'm excited about the arrival of yarn--some for Willow to work with and maybe some for me to knit a creamy baby vest with.

Now, to get that bread in the oven and think about re-dyeing some faded playsilks.  I think I hear Mike walking up our street with the children.


( 1 tree — Plant a Forest )
Sep. 19th, 2014 03:38 am (UTC)
That Fisherman's wool has fantastic yardage, and I am sure you can make several baby vests out of it :)
( 1 tree — Plant a Forest )

A Blessed Wilderness

It was just like being in heaven, being in there. In those days there was no road. The park was all a blessed wilderness. I have often thought what a wonderful people we would have been if we had wanted to keep it that way.

~Adolph Murie, biologist, on Denali


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