On the Road Again

Well soon anyway. Today was a little crazy for awhile there, but the dust has settled and most of the priority stuff got done…I think. Well in any case the trailer is ready to go. I had to get a tire fixed but it was a minor thing, thankfully.

You know how some days you just feel on top of everything and productive and all that? Well today was not one of those kind of days. I had a gazillion things that needed done before my next trip, to Lake Elmo, MN for the Shepherd’s Harvest Festival, and I felt like I was drowning and no one even saw me go under. There was laundry, school lessons, meals to be cooked and cleaned up after, packing, orders to ship, baby care, etc.… you get the picture. There were a few meltdowns and sadly most were mine. It’s hard sometimes when your team is made up of individuals with their own agendas, that aren’t necessarily in line with yours. What’s up with that anyway? Sarcastic smile 

Oh well, at least there was yarn to take the edge off. Web’s Anniversary Sale yarn in a color of Cascade 220 that just had to come home with me. It’s the Sky Blue Heather. I think it may become a Vonica 

 

2 thoughts on “On the Road Again

  1. Cool weather reminds us how much we NEED wool. :)
    We’ve had a slow start to spring this year, and I’m still putting milage on my winter cardigans. I may still be wearing them memorial day weekend! What’s up with That?

    • Yes and IMO it’s the only upside to cool weather. I was born and raised in the south and don’t mind the heat too much, but wool is the only way to survive cold. How in the world do muggles (non-knitters) survive it? LOL! We have had mixture of warm, hot and cool, with lots of wet here.

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