Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Today is Wednesday

Today is Wednesday :)

Joining up with the weekly yarn along to share what I'm knitting and reading this week.
And of course I throw in a few extra....

Most of my knitting lately has been mindless. It's the only thing I can knit while sitting at the baseball fields (which I feel like I do nearly every day!) I prepped for my group knitting lessons I'm teaching and I knitted a few more rows on my Stole shawl.
So, not much to report or show on the knitting front this week.

So I'll make up for it in cute animal and kid pics :)

 Onto the kid and animal pics...
A sunshine filled day and some fun in the sand.

We chopped Garrett's hair. I love it. He's still mad at us. This photo was taken on the way to his 4th grade band concert. He did awesome. So proud of him. He has been playing the trumpet for less than a year and was able to stand up in front of everyone and play America the Beautiful with a few other of the select students. So proud!

This is my baby sister and her babies.

And look who's smiling :) Baby Grant, 6 weeks old and cute as can be.
Here is the little baby alpaca. He's waiting for his new friends to be born. Any day now!!!
Hair cuts tomorrow for the herd. Hope it doesn't rain all day!!!!

Happy knitting and reading (oh yeah...forgot about that. I need a book. Any suggestions?)



  1. Well - who needs books when you have that gorgeous six week old baby smile! What an absolute sweetie! As is the baby alpaca - hope you have safe deliveries, dry weather and a good shearing!

  2. read Tell the wolves I'm home, it was really good. Or read a classic novel, you can never ever go wrong with those. Lovely photos and that basket of knitting is beautiful!

  3. Forget about knitting--look at that baby!!! What a sweet smile. And, Garrett looks so handsome with his new haircut. Bravo on his trumpet playing achievements!

  4. That baby alpaca is adorable!!! And the baby Grant is too.

  5. Okay, I am hooked on the cute kids, baby and animal photos. I never could craft when my children were little or at soccer games (my kids' chosen sport). I couldn't take the chance of missing my child score a goal. Love the knitting too.

  6. Outlander!!! It is so good.

  7. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes.