I somehow managed to finish the Pebble Baby Vest I started last week in Quince & Co Lark (Honey colorway) despite Harmon’s severe cold. I even got the vintage buttons sewed on Tuesday afternoon while Harmon
napped passed out from his first set of immunizations earlier in the day. Poor baby, he can’t catch a break this week; however, I’m happy to report he is on the mend today! His cold symptoms are probably about 50% improved. He just has to overcome all the drainage & coughing. I really feel for parents who end up with a hospitalized newborn due to RSV. Incredibly thankful we did not.
I finally finished Kingbird Highway & would like to post some of my favorite passages from the book, but that will have to happen next week. Coralee & I have been sorting out all our garden seeds from last summer, both those seeds we saved & those we just had left over, in order to place our annual order with Seed Savers (one of my favorite places to visit in Iowa). We also use heirloom seeds as part of the work we do at the Richardson-Jakway Historic Site gardens (I serve on the site’s foundation board). I’m excited for spring just looking at all our seed baggies & packets.
With Harmon on the mend I now need to turn my knitting attention/time to his baptismal outfit. I’m planning to use a special skein of Ginny yarn I snagged during her last Etsy stocking. Speaking of…
Joining in with Ginny.