There is an old Yiddish proverb – “The man thinks and The G-d laughs”. Well, at least someone is having fun. I had such plans for this week. I was going to sleep in (after getting the little monsters to school), I was going to knit and then knit some more. Instead al
Last night I proudly wrote that I have resisted the lure of the new projects… Yea, right, we all know what happens to good intentions.So today I have managed to start TWO new projects. I rationalized that I have to have something newly knitted for the Sheep and Wool, sooo…
So, the holiday of Pesach has passed. Things are almost back to normal again. Normal, being defined as “I get to knit and nobody gets hurt”. I have knitted very little during the past month. But some things got done. The spring cotton dress and I finally decided what it wa
Hello, my life is gotten really hectic in the last few days. The Jewish holiday of Passover will start tomorrow night. The holidays will last until the end of next week and I will be off the net for most of those days. I will be checking my blog time and Jewish Law permitting, but pro
Tomorrow morning, April 8, Jews will be celebrating the “birth moment” of the Sun. It only happens once every 28 years. The Sun will be in the same position as it was on the day it was created. It is very exciting for me, because 28 years ago I knew nothing about it. This
Finally, I can knit and crochet again. My finger is still very stiff, but it is not painful anymore. And I can bend it a bit. I am not overdoing it. But I am finally knitting. So, thanks to the long wait in the doctor’s office today, here is my new pot holder.