to you from the Endless Mountains region in NE
husband, Robert, and I are here and doing well.
Itâ€™s been chilly and grey for the last few days.
Weâ€™ve even had snow flurries a couple of nights,
birds are very active here. We take walks outside
when we can. Itâ€™s life affirming to be outside
and in nature.
knitting, listening to audio books, watching
British shows on PBS Passport, etc. Robert is
very bored and waiting for the weather to warm up
w/sunshine, to work on the lawn mower and other
now Iâ€™m listening to, THE ROAD TO LITTLE
DRIBBLING, by Bill Bryson. I love his mixture of
travel and history!
also been watching Arne & Carlosâ€™s YouTube
blogs. They are very entertaining!
is everyone knitting/spinning? How about
of my knitting groups are meeting on ZOOM and on
Thursday evenings (5pm-) Pick Up Every Stitch has
a ZOOM group. Itâ€™s wonderful to see and chat
with knitting friends!
I'm fine - how's
Does anyone have
family or friends who have the virus?
I'm pretty much the
way I was last week - healthy, self-isolating, and
(somewhat) bored. The early spring bulbs and
wildflowers are blooming and it's wonderful to
walk around the yard and see them!
Jane (and anyone
else who gets out hiking) - are wildflowers
blooming in the woods yet? Bloodroot is starting
here, but only in bare earth: everywhere else it
was to push its way through the dead leaves. And
violets are blooming in the lawn!
Sometimes I get a
little scared, but then I remind myself that I'm
doing everything I can to take care of myself, and
I should enjoy what I have.
Hope to hear from