Yeah! This particular Thursday is my Friday! I’m ready.

I took this photo at 6:15 the other night and I guess that’s “dusk,” because the pergola lights came on!

Leaves are starting to fall and gather, but you can see that we have a long way to go before the branches are bare. We’ve slowly started cleaning up the yard. And by “we,” I mostly mean Rusty.

On “real” Friday (tomorrow), I’ll be tidying my workroom so it’s presentable while I’m ZOOMing with Modern Daily Knitting & Lorilee Beltman. Kym sang Lorilee’s praises a while back (MDK summer camp & previous experience), so when the workshop for the Treeline Cowl came up — basically a class in stranded knitting — I bit. Colorwork, other than stripes & slipped stitch patterns, has always been such a challenge for me, so I’m looking forward to “tips & tricks” portion of the program. I got the class handout the other day and was impressed with how thorough & organized it was… and I’ve completed all my homework!

The kiddos are coming for a sleepover tomorrow! It’s been a while… we’ll be testing whether my patch job on the air mattress holds after Davy (the little sneak) stabbed it a few times with my little unicorn scissors the last time they were over.


The rest of the weekend will probably be all about laundry. haha.

4 thoughts on “TGIT

  1. I’m not quite ready to think about anything before 7 as “dusk”, but your lit-up pergola sure looks like a lovely place to spend an evening! Enjoy your class and the kiddos!

  2. I’ve been getting a little depressed at how early it’s getting dark, but your pergola and the lights make it look so inviting! Hope you have a wonderful time in the class and with the kiddos!

  3. This sounds like a terrific weekend, with the class and kids. Here’s hoping you have things put away and can keep ahead of them!

  4. Your pergola is so pretty and inviting as Sarah said…though I imagine by now it’s pretty cool or chilly out there in the evening. Can’t wait to hear how the class was and hope those kiddos behaved themselves!!

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