I’m not good at wordless. How about One Word Wednesday instead?
OK, so that was 4 words. Whatever.
I really do try to plan my blog posts and come up with something to entertain you all. Lately I feel like I’ve been slacking in that department but I’m hoping you haven’t noticed. Perhaps bringing it up isn’t the best idea, eh?
Anyway, I was thinking about you all yesterday so I took the camera and went for a little walk around the yarn yard. Here’s what I found:
Lovely yellow and orange daffodils.
A crab apple tree loaded with buds.
More daffodils, these of the white and yellow variety.
Forsythia. Beautiful, yellow forsythia.
And that’s my yard these days. What’s going on in your backyard?
Hannah was in a performance of “Into The Woods” last weekend. She played Little Red Riding Hood and this required that she have banana curls. As you may have noticed, Hannah has straight hair so achieving banana curls was no small task. It took me an hour and a half to do her hair for each performance. There were 3 performances. That’s a lot of time with a curling iron! No wonder I didn’t get much knitting done last weekend.
Anyway, once her hair was done I thought it would be fun to take some photos of her new ‘do.
Turns out she really liked those bouncy curls.
She just wouldn’t stand still.
Ahh. That’s better.
The bread line at the FDR Memorial. The shape of things to come? Or a look at the past?
(Okay, fine, so I can’t be completely wordless. Big surprise there, eh?)
Last night Dale and I had the opportunity to meet Gale of She Shoots Sheep Shots for dinner. Gale and I have tried to meet before and it’s never worked out so I was really excited about finally getting to meet. I was not disappointed! Gale is smart and funny and full of great stories from her years as a photographer. We had an enjoyable evening of good food and even better conversation, confirming again my opinion that blogging has made my life so much better.
In the meantime, the tulips are just about dead.
But they are still pretty photogenic.