School started Tuesday. It was a little strange for our family. Tuesday was the first school day in over ten years that one of the adults did not drop the twins off at a school or the bus stop. Yes, Girl Twin drove to school. For a whole slew of reasons, Boy Twin did not drive to school. First, it does not make sense to take two vehicles to the same destination every day. It was easy to get the twins to agree that driving two vehicles to school does not make economic sen
The 2019 Hot August Knits Yarn Crawl is over, however, the stores have already started working on the 2020 yarn crawl. Before the 2020 yarn crawl, Elaine, Ivy and Your Daily Fiber will host the 2019 Wild West Knitting Retreat at the Cherokee Park Ranch. Personally, I have nothing to do with the knitting retreat until the day it starts, then I will carry a bunch of heavy stuff. Luckily, I have my new construction job to keep me busy. I have been working on the new constructi
Hot August Knits Yarn Crawl is officially over, at least for us. I think a couple stores might be open today, but Sundays are family days for us. We are closed, it's over. It was a successful yarn crawl for us. It would have been a VERY successful yarn had it not been for me taking Boy Twin out for a hamburger. Yep, what I thought was going to be nice, turned out to be a bucket list item for Boy Twin and hopefully, me. Me: Hey, do you want to go to lunch?
Boy Twin: Yeah
I’m in a hurry today. I need to get ready for my surprise birthday party. (Yes, I know that Spacebook does not think my birthday is today. My Mom told me I was born on August 4th. I’m going to go with that. She would have known.) Elaine and the kids are taking me to a Colorado Rockies game. It was supposed to be a surprise, but surprises don’t work in our house. The kids were asking me a couple weeks ago if I had plans for my birthday. Next, they asked where I would l