Happy Tuesday ladies. It’s time for us to take a deep breath and adjust to our new normal. Self-distancing is a new experience for all of us so let’s help each other get through this. I will continue to post about fashion because we all need to get dressed and clothes are a powerful tool we can use to affect our mood.
The truth is, we’re much more likely to run out of patience long before we run out of perishables so let’s be kind to one another and stay calm. It’s time to get as Hygge as possible so we enjoy this time as much as possible.
I’m looking for levity wherever I can find it these days because laughter really is good medicine. My daughter sent me this article on Big Fluffy Dog. It as a couple of videos that had me laughing until tears ran down my cheeks. The commentator is pretty clever too.
Yesterday, I finally hauled out one enormous box of knitting that I’d packed when we moved, two years ago. I kidded myself that this was my whole stash. Sadly it’s just a handful of half-finished projects and my
out of control multiple sets of needles. I haven’t knit in several years so rather than trying to pick up where I let off on a project I dove into a new one.
This kit is for a throw.
I thought it would go really fast based on the size of the yarn and size 50 needles. But oh no. I’m so out of practice I’m having a hard time remembering a simple two-row pattern. It really is a great way to distract myself so I am soldiering on.
This article on clashing colors has some great images. I didn’t read the words but found the pictures interesting:) Do you wear clashing colors?
I think we could all use some great book recommendations so please share your suggestions.
Be kind to your self and others.