Camping World met me at the lake yesterday and picked up our trailer. It’s back at their shop hopefully being “de-moused” as I write this. We still have no idea when we will get it back.
We have plans to go to dinner tomorrow night for our anniversary, which is Sunday. People have told us good things about the Texas Roadhouse, and we think we’re going to try it. They are actually building one only about a mile from our house, but the nearest one that is open is in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. That is about 30 minutes away, so we plan to go to dinner and then walk on the boardwalk around the lake for awhile.
We’re having a beautifully cool morning this morning. I’m sitting here listening to a light rain fall on the roof of the deck. I love that sound. It is supposed to be a short-lived little rain shower but I’m enjoying it.
Only a few things accomplished since my last post. One pair of mittens for the school children completed with another almost done.
Miss Piper requested a pair of mittens to match her winter coat. These took forever with all of the color changes and I don’t know how I ended up with more blue at the tip of one than the other. I must have been off on my row count somehow. I am considering redoing the top of one of them to match, although I know on a busy little girl, I don’t think anyone will ever notice.
I also crocheted her some hair elastics for her ponytail. They look like flowers when they’re put on the ponytail.
That’s it my friends. Nothing real exciting. Michaels is having a huge sale this weekend. Most of their yarn is on sale for buy one, get one 1/2 off and then I received a coupon today that’s good until Monday for 20% off your entire order, regular and sale items. I really don’t need more yarn but I’m wondering if I can resist that deal?!
I’m wishing you all a safe and happy Labor Day weekend. For those of you in the path of Dorian I am praying for you and all of your neighbors.
“I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” Psalm 91:2