Month: November 2018

  • Vote

    Vote

    Three weeks ago I was able to visit Washington DC for the first time.  For as long as I can remember, I have loved history and for as long as I can remember, my parents have always told me that it was my duty to vote.  My parents both held local offices, my father was…

  • Weekending

    We finally had a beautiful day here on the west coast of Florida yesterday.  Amanda and I took advantage and went to the local Dia de los Muertos Festival in the Village of the Arts.  Their huge shrine this year was dedicated to the the 2000 tons of sea life that has died along our…

  • Saturday Sky—Flashback edition

    Thanks to Vicki over at Knitorious, I was reminded of years ago when the knitting blogging community was huge and we had several ‘things’ that we all did.  One was Ten on Tuesday and one was Saturday Sky. I participated fairly often, and today was a nice reminder of what ‘used to be’.  I miss…

  • Eye Candy Friday

    Eye Candy Friday

    Taking a cue from Carole over at Carole Knits. (I’ve read her blog for YEARS), I present one of my favorite photos from my Washington DC trip, the Capital Wheel at the National Harbor    

  • Blogtober Recap and NaBloPoMo?

    Well, October came and went…quickly. It was a crazy month for me with my very first ever trip to Washington DC.  I still need to put up the second post of that trip!  While I didn’t blog every day like I had intended, I did blog more than I have in years.  I found that…