Year in Review: 2012
It's that time again. As I've done the last few years sometime in December, it's time for a review of the year in words (the first sentence of the first post of each month) and in pictures (a favorite posted photo from each month) -- one is not necessarily related to the other.
I've done a little bit of a bunch of stuff today...
Fresh, new dishcloths and towels in bright colors and I am over the moon... more than I should be about such things, but there you go.
Month #2/February of Project 366 (2012) is over!
Ten on Tuesday: 10 Items Pinned to Your Bulletin Board / I could ask which one...
I've done very few Knit-Alongs (KALs) in my years of "online" knitting.
And this will be the last portrait of siblings for a while. **
As I searched through the stash for something the other day one of the things (not THE thing) briefly acknowledged as it quickly passed in and out of my hands was a bag holding chosen yarn and a pattern for mittens.
This morning, I thought of the greatest title for this post that I wasn't ready to sit down and write.
After breakfast and some in-town doings on Wednesday morning, we drove up the Gunflint Trail.
This is Eisig-Warm. ***
Favor first: Would you mind clicking over to Small Business Big Wishes and casting a vote for Alison's wish for new windows at Kaukauna Coffee & Tea?
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* I actually went to Chicago twice in 2012 (three times if O'Hare and back counts)... and to Minnesota's North Shore... and to the Bay Area of California. It was a pretty good year for getting out and about.
** The possibility of a sibling portrait redux could happen again this holiday season. Ann & her family are flying in on Christmas Eve and will be here a third of the way through January -- returning home**** not much before I fly down there! The most unusual of holidays that I was anticipating... is still going to be one of the most unusual holidays ever.
*** That is not Eisig-Warm, it's My McGunnegle!
Welcome to my weird world.