Good morning from probably the happiest place on earth right now. The Chicago area is happy, happy, happy! It’s been over 100 years (108 to be exact!) since the Cubs won a World Series!
I went to bed when the Cubs were still ahead by 3 points, (I knew if I stayed up to watch the game I’d NEVER get to sleep when it was over, too much excitement). My husband did come in to let me know when the score was tied (what!). After that I gave up trying to get to sleep, but I did stay in bed and tried to stay calm. When the fireworks started outside, I knew I could finally sleep! I do feel tired this morning, but I’m sure not like a lot of others.
Over the last weeks, I’ve been taking a few pictures of fall, but haven’t gotten around to sharing them with you. This is a colorful and warm autumn! The trees are taking their time to change and flowers are still blooming. Look at how green the grass is; it’s like springtime. Yes, we’ve had lots of rain.
We’ve had some light frosts far from the house. The frost is so icy and pretty in the early morning.
My husband had a birthday a couple of weeks ago. My daughter surprised him with a gift sent via the USPS in a Priority box. This is the first time she isn’t here in person. 😦
My shipment of Christmas yarn arrived last week. I have lots of yarn, but was sorely lacking in reds. I even got a couple of forest-y greens. I’ve been liking green more lately.
Amelia Thimble’s sweater dress pattern is moving along. I knit three sample dresses and yesterday I sat at my laptop and worked on the pattern pages all day.
The pages take a LONG time to put together. It’s a lot of work going back and forth between the pages (files) . . . forgetting to add something, then figuring out where to put it, seeing something that doesn’t sound right, then figuring out a better way to say it. After working on it yesterday, it is basically done, but I need to proofread it. I am hoping next week it will be available for you.
Next, for a Christmas ensemble is my Kaye Wiggs Millie, one of my most neglected, but patient, girls. The dress is sewn, the hat is knit, and the cardigan is in progress. This will be finished next week as well.
Thanks for visiting today! Bye for now!