New Socks

Friday, August 31, 2007

Well those socks that I started over on 3's didn't fit either. I am trying one more time on 2's with a stretchier yarn and knitting looser. We'll see. I think I'm just not meant to knit these socks. OR I could go down to 1.5's and add stitches...

Anyway I cast on for my other Monkey sock. I need to finish the pair. I don't know why I waited so long, I love this pattern. I guess there are just too many other fun things to knit.

I also started my twisted flower socks. They are in louet gems, color willow. I wasn't sure about that at first, the pattern wasn't showing up much, but then I got further and it was fine. I am now almost done with the cuff, it went faster than I thought it would. I already tried this on too take this pic, so I know these are going to fit really well. I ordered MORE yarn from the most recent loopy sneak up. I didn't mean too...I got on there and saw there were wooden sock blockers and had to get those. There was also more Dream in Color, and Seacoast, and the newish Shi Bui. So I ordered those. Sky Blue in the DIC, Raspberries in the Seacoast, and Orchid in the Shi Bui. I had a 25 dollar credit so it didn't cost too much, but I really shouldn't have. See what yarn diets do to me??? I crash so badly.

This past week my dad has been visiting. He came over for my cousin Brandy's wedding and has been here since. Which reminds me I never told about the wedding! Ok well the wedding was average but I guess some crazy stuff happened later. The wedding party was staying at the place next door and they had moved all the stuff over there. They were being loud so someone called the cops and the cops showed up to kick them out of the hotel. They agreed to leave but as you can imagine my cousin wasn't very happy. At some point in this, her mom, my aunt, was stepping on her dress. So Brandy pushed her off and said something like, " Mom, you're on my dress." Well get this. The cops arrested her for domestic violence! Insane. They were just pissy I guess because she was mouthing off to them. Anyway the whole thing is stupid. She managed to still make her honeymoon but will have to deal with all that when she gets back.

So that's the story. It's been nice to visit with my dad though, I don't see him much. On Thursday I took the kids to see him for most of the day. We have this thing in Spokane they do every year called Pig Out in the Park. So that's what I did anyway (mmmm crepes!). We had a fun time walking around and stuff. There's a carousel there and my dad took nick on it. He loved it! We also fed the ducks/seagulls/geese but no pics of that. Oh yea and here's a sign that was posted at the place my dad was staying at. Thought that was entertaining.This is one of our does, chillin out behind our house waiting to be fed. That's what those wooden troughs are for. We feed them just about every day. Some of them are quite tame. Isn't she pretty?
Well I guess that's the updates for now. I'm still just knitting and spinning along!

More roving!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Ok so the rest of my roving showed up today. Here are some pics. It's from Copperpot on etsy, and they are gorgeous! I'm quickly gaining experience with the spinning and it's going well. I have spun quite a bit today and the more practice the better! See how sparkly they are???This is the last of my treasures that I ordered, I went a little crazy there for a bit. I was just so inspired by my wheel. Here's an update pic of my bobbin. This is my pink merino and it's spinning up really well! Very thin. I'm not sure exactly how much is there since the white is below it, but I will have to guess when I spin onto another bobbin to have some to ply.On a sad note, the sock I showed you yesterday, well it was too small to fit over my fat foot. Ok well my foot isn't that fat, but somehow it didn't fit. So it's been frogged and I'm trying over again on size three's. I'm a little worried that it might be too big now, but we'll see. I'll try it on when I get through at least a repeat. Hopefully it fits.

Houston we are good to go!

Monday, August 27, 2007

So I took my wheel in today, to Paradise Fibers, and Bill the owner checked it out all over. He said that after talking with me that he expected a much older wheel. Apparently some people bring in these ancient ones that are in no way use-able. Anyway the good news is it's working just the way it is. He said he thinks that a previous owner left in in the sun or something which warped the wood a bit. But it's nothing serious. It's not going to interfere in my spinning. And that would be why it looks like it's wobbling I guess. Anyway, I've been getting used to it and starting to really catch on. Once I get going I can spin for a long time. It's only when my laceweight breaks that I have trouble. I'm still perfecting my joins. With my spindle it wasn't an issue, but I'm working on it. My merino has been too slippery yet, so I'm using the fiber that Lori gave me with the wheel and it's working out well. It's very long staple and sticks to itself well. So it's good practice fiber. Here is a picture of what I've spun so far. You can see some thicker spots there on the left, but for the most part it's pretty thin. I love this soooo much. Also when I do use my merino I get a much more consistent thickness because it's much easier to draft. I can't wait till I am good enough to use my pretty roving! Ooooh which reminds me, here's that roving I bought the other day. I'm tempted to go buy the rest of it too....Isn't it friggen drop dead gorgeous??? I have some more on the way from Copperpot. In celebration of the wheel. I'll show you when it gets here! I still have two other rovings to spin from her too. I just don't want to waste my pretty rovings by not being good enough yet, ya know? But I'm anxious to spin them. Oooh boy, another addiction...

Today after getting my wheel checked I spent a couple hours hanging out with my dad. It's nice to have him in town, we don't often get to talk. Usually when he visits it's only for a few days and he comes out here one day to see the kids, and that lasts maybe two hours. So we hung out in his hotel room and just chatted about whatever. He's coming out in the morning to see the babies, and then I'm taking them in to town on Thursday to see him again, and we'll go to the park downtown. There's a carousel and he likes to take them on it.

I started a new pair of socks, the pattern is Zephyr. Melissa and I are doing them together. I like them but my yarn-overs keep disappearing. I'm debating frogging to knit the stitches around them through the back's seriously bugging me that much. Anyway it's a super fun and easy pattern. The first pic is more accurate color, the second one shows off the pattern.I'm also going to start my twisted flower socks. I'm excited about those, I just know I'm going to need to concentrate on them. I also have plans for quite a few other sock patterns, including Pembrokeshire, Hedera, Cablenet, Mad Color Weave, Clessidra, Anastasia, Pomatomus, Snowflake Lace, the Seduction socks from IK, and not to mention that I have a second monkey to knit...I don't know why I've put it off, it's such a fun pattern. Maybe because I'm debating frogging and knitting on smaller needles. They would fit better if I did...

I wonder if I need more sock yarn... ;)


Saturday, August 25, 2007

Today I got up and tried to make it to the post office before they closed. I didn't make it, so I was unable to mail the two yarn swap packages that I really needed to mail. Ugh, Monday I will. I did get some things in the mail though. The lady let me get my boxes since she was there still. I got 4 ounces of roving, which I forgot to take a pic of. I will later. I also got a package from my other swap pal, for the getstitchy one. Pixie sent me some awesome stuff! She musta been reading my blog. ;)I got a very large hank of very pretty green sock yarn, which is super soft. A little box of chocolate. Some Bath and Body Works lotion and waterless hand cleanser foam in Cucumber Melon. Annnnd the Lace Style book I wanted! I was so surprised. I seriously had it in my hands to buy yesterday and got the other book instead. Thank you so much Pixie!

Also, wheel update. I've gotten some great tips from a whole group of people. I figured out how to adjust the thing to line up the other speeds with the wheel. Unfortunately the wheel started to wobble really bad. On monday it's going in to Paradise Fibers, where Bill the owner will inspect it for me. Hopefully it's fixable or I'm going to be calling the woman I bought it from...

My cousins wedding was today. It was fine, tiring with both kids and hubby had to work so no help there. But my dad was there and the whole rest of the family helped me out too at the reception. Nick twisted his ankle though, and is having a little trouble walking on it. If it's not better by tomorrow we'll take him in, but it's not really swollen or anything. So we'll see.

Ok so other than that, not much else to report!

My new baby!!!

Friday, August 24, 2007

Here it is! I got it yesterday but I didn't have time to post about it. It's an Ashford Traditional with an updated three speed flyer. I'm doing ok on it so far. It's very different from the spindle, but also so much better! I seriously love it. If I could only figure everything out...
Here are the pics, ignore the mess, I swear I'm cleaning!
The flyer:
Here's the back:
The front:
So in other news, my Spiralling socks are finally finished! Great easy pattern! I need to block them, but unfortunately I don't have any sock blockers...I was going to buy some from The Loopy Ewe but they sold out too fast...darn it!
Today I went browsing in the book store, I meant to get a sock book, but instead I came home with this:
It's Romantic Hand Knits by Anne Modesitt and I bought it mainly because I fell in love with this:
There are some other really cute things in it too. Here are pics of my favorites.And these ones would look really cute with maybe a few personal modifications.
Hmmm what else. Tomorrow is my cousins wedding. I found shoes today for my dress, because I have NO dress shoes. So I had to get some, and had an impossible time of it. I'm happy though because my dad is coming out for the wedding from Massachusetts. So it will be nice to see him.

I am going to start some new socks now that I'm done with those spirally ones. Melissa and I are doing these Zephyr socks. I love them, still not sure what yarn I'm using...

One little sock

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

So lately there hasn't been much time for knitting. I have been working one lonely sock for over a week now. Usually I'm much faster, but I have only been knitting a few rows here and there when waiting for a page to load online or something. So today I got a lot of it done. almost half the cuff, the whole heel, and half the foot. Talk about progress! No pics of it though, it looks just like the first one.

The only other thing I've done is knit my little red loopy sock that came with my last order. It's so cute! Only took me like an hour and a half. I'm just not sure what I'm going to do with it...I took nick to get his hair cut the other day. Sunday actually the day after mine. Here's a before and after. His hair was crazy long! The haircut was a nightmare though, he's got a thing about it, and screamed the whole time. I had to hold him down. Ugh, next time, daddy's taking him!That reminds me that I never showed off my haircut. It's shorter than I told her to cut it, and cut different too. It's like what I told her translated differently in her head lol. But it's fine because I totally love it. It's a style I didn't think I could wear and it's more "now" than I usually have it styled. I usually like a lot of volume and whatnot. Anyway, it turned out nice and I'm beyond thrilled to have it cut. Oh and yes those are blonde highlights which I haven't had in years. I usually get red or bronze. So it's a nice summery change for me. Now if only I could find my flat iron to style it right...
Back to the knitting. I found this yarn in my stash while digging and forgot completely that I had it until that moment. I am using it to make socks for my MIL. It's SWTC TOFUtsies and it's super soft with a little sheen. Way cool stuff. I also have another ball of it in a blue/green/yellow color.

Ok so that's about it I guess. I'm planning on making lots more socks, but that's a given. Oh! I'm going to get my spinning wheel tomorrow! I'm so excited! I'll be posting about it tomorrow for sure, barring un-foreseen occurances.

Mmmmm Yarn...

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Today I got two packages in the mail. The first was my order from The Loopy Ewe. I was sooo excited. This order was the one with the red loopy sock in it! All my yarn is gorgeous. This is the Melon colored Sea Silk, it's so soft and beautiful. I can't wait to find the perfect pattern for it.Next up is Cherry Tree Hill in Java, lighter than the pics show. I love this.
Two skeins of Louet Gems Fingering in Willow, for my twisted flower socks. The picture is a little's really a nice bright green.
I also received a wonderful package from JanKnit. Inside was a book, Vogue Knitting Pillows (forgot to take a pic!) and two skeins of recycled and dyed cashmere yarn in Aqua. It's beyond beautiful and soft. Thanks again!Lastly I had some time to kill today before my hair appt. So I stopped at A Grand Yarn because I needed more smaller sized dpns. I ended up getting two sets, one size 1 and one set of 1.5's since I still can't find the fifth needle to my other set. I have size twos, but so far all the socks I've knit on those are too big for me. Soooo I got some smaller ones.

I also couldn't pass up this yarn, which is really cool. I originally grabbed some smooshy yarn, but this caught my eye. It's really nice yarn! So finally I got some more yarn, it's been at least a month, that's a long time without! Yum I can't wait to knit it all up.

I also plan on getting some roving next week. I have a couple colors from an etsy seller that I love, she is going to mix them up for me. Which leads to my next purchase. My school is refunding me part of my loan so I can get satellite, but it's more than I'll need. Sooooo I thought I'd check and see if that used spinning wheel was still available on craigslist...and it was! She lives right near me, which is something since I'm way out in cow country. I'm going to get it next week hopefully! It's an ashford traditional and has been updated, the pics of it are gorgeous. I'm soooo unbelievably excited! Finally a wheel of my very own! So lets hope it works as beautifully as it looks. I'm beyond excited. :)

OK, that's it for now! I'll talk about my haircut later. ;)

Yummy Yarn

Friday, August 17, 2007

Today I received a package from Barbara, for the Hand Dyed Yarn Swap. I loooove the colors. Very bright and fun. It's mostly teal and hot pink, with shades of red, fushia, purple, and maybe a little blue. It took me ALL day to get it looking nice like this, in it's little yarn cake. I made such a mess of it when I tried to wind it lol. Anyway all is well now and I'm searching for a good pattern to make with it!I have been working on Catalina again, and it's going really well. Looking over it I saw one mistake towards the beginning, but it's in the corner and it's not noticeable. I'm not about to rip it out now. I'm 2/3 of the way through the first repeat of the chart. Further than the picture shows too, I have the other half of those diamonds done. The pattern calls for 8 repeats but I've got less yardage so I may only do 7. We'll see when I get there. It's really turning out pretty though. I broke down last night and bought some yarn. I feel ultra guilty (esp since hubby doesn't know...) but it's been at least a month. I needed it. And I didn't buy anywhere near as much as I wanted. I bought a skein of Hand Maiden Sea Silk in Melon, two skeins of Louet Gems fingering in Willow, and a skein of Cherry Tree Hill in Java. All from The Loopy Ewe of course. I'm excited to get it, especially the sea silk. The gems is for the twisted flower socks I plan on making and the java, is just prettyful.

I got a call today from Old Navy. I saw an ad last week that they were hiring and so I applied online. I have an interview on Monday. We had a nice chat on the phone when she called, sort of a pre-interview. So it sounds good. It would be a really long drive, but I'd get a discount! The other two jobs I applied for have yet to contact me. Ah well.

I'm getting a cut and highlights on Saturday. Partially because I REALLY need it, and partially because I want to look nice for this interview. I can't wait, it's been a long time and the place I go to is sooo nice. They give you a hand massage while your color develops and a head and neck massage when they wash it. Oh and their pedi's are divine. Seriously relaxing. Best thing I ever do for myself is that. I won't be able to get a pedi this time, but soon.

Ok so now I'm off to bed. I'm only up this late, well there are two reasons. One I was paying the bills...and two our dryer won't shut off anymore so I had to stay up to turn it off. I coulda paid the bills tomorrow. I'm really not tired yet, I think I'll watch big brother first...

SP 11 Contest Questions

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Answers to my contest questions!

1. What is the one knitting accessory you could not live without?
I love my little folding scissors. They are hard to undo, so I can sit on the couch and have them next to me and not worry if the kids run over and grab them.

2. If you're heading on vacation, do you take knitting with you? If
so, how much and what type of project?
Gee....I haven't been on a vacation in a long time...but yes I most certainly would. Orrrr I would buy stuff there. ;) But if I brought it there would probably be several things because I can't knit on just one thing usually, and there would be socks and lace involved.

3. Where have you travelled to that you'd consider your favorite spot?
I loved camping at Lake St. Catherine when I was little, and I've always wanted to go back.

4. What is your favorite knitting book at the moment? Do you own it?
Hmm, I have Stephanie Japel's newish book Fitted Knits, she's so awesome. I do own it. I want to make almost everything in it! My other favorite would be the Lace Style book, I have not bought it yet, but it's got gorgeous stuff in it!

5. Do you listen to podcasts? Which is your favorite(s)?
I wish, I can't download anything because my connection is dial up. The price you pay to live in the country!

I will post abut knitting later. :)

Seams easy...

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

So I've been putting off seaming Isabella, mostly because I suck at it. I usually just whip stitch them together and it looks messy. Last night I went a searching for a new way to seam, because I'm tired of knitting nice things and having them look crappy b/c of the seams. I found this page on invisible seaming. It took me a while to figure it out because there is only one picture, but once I tried it, oh man I'm in love. I will no longer be afraid of seaming! Here are some pictures to show you the difference. The new way is also faster as well, it reminds me of kitchener, but easier. I will be posting a how-to soon so that anyone else who has no idea can do it!
Before:After:See what I mean? Can you find the seam? Probably but it's pretty good right??? RIGHT? J/k!

I also finished my first spiralling sock, and cast on for the second right away. That always makes it easier to not forget to do the second. Here are pics. The second one shows the colors better.
Nothing new has been casted on yet, but I've been a busy bee with school. I'm really making it a priority again. I've slacked the last few terms and I need to get back on track. I've got some tough classes this term and next. So there will be less of me on here than usual. :)

And the horror begins

Friday, August 10, 2007

I started school this week. Every single term for the last two years has started on a Wed. THIS term, it started Monday. I didn't log in until Wed. Whatever...

Looking over my classes has me terrified. Ok mostly the one class. It's advanced actionscripting. It's not the actionscript I have trouble with, it's the fact that Flash is so damned touchy and you can follow the assignment's instructions E X A C T L Y and still it won't work. I had to take the beginning flash class twice, I failed the first time. Ugh. So we'll see how it goes this time around.

(By the way, for those of you who think I'm speaking greek, actionscript is like programming, for flash, to animate things and stuff.)

So remember that job I mentioned? The spa? Well I interviewed 2 weeks ago, today. 2 Weeks Ago. I called last week, on Friday, left a message with one of the girls who said I probably hadn't gotten a call that week, because the manager had been out sick. On Monday (this past Mon) I called again, and this time she was in but not in the office, so I got transfered to voice mail. Left a message. Yesterday I called again, after still not receiving a call. "Oh yes we filled the position, she didn't call you?"


So I'm on the hunt again. I didn't bother applying for anything else because everything was going so well and it would have been perfect hours and stuff. Now I get to search some more. Chad is apparently very anxious that I find a job because every time he gets online he searches for me. They are all full time day jobs, which I can't do. Now granted I live with his parents and she helps a ton watching them, I am not leaving them home all day, for her to raise. They are my kids. I will work evenings when at least he is home to help. Not only that, she's got medical stuff that makes it hard on her to have to watch two toddlers.

On the knitting front. I finished the front of Isabella, and blocked both pieces. Now I need to seam...ugh. But then I'll just have to finish the armhole edgings and it will be done!
I am working on a new pair of socks. For the sockmania knit-along, and they are great. Super easy.
I test crocheted a hat for Jan-Knit, but you all can't see it yet. I'll post pics when she has things all sorted and the pattern is available. It's super cute and I'm gonna make more of them.

Hmmm lets see...I plan on starting Orangina now that my size 3's are free of Isabella. I have been waiting to make that for months. I also have to decide whether or not to frog or finish my central park hoodie. I still really want to make it, but the yarn is really rough on my skin. But then again, it's a hoodie, and if I wear it, there will be things under it. So I'll probably just start working on it again.

I need to work on my Barmaid top more. It needs partial frogging and re-knitting. It's super cute and if I could just finish it I could design for the other sizes and get some test knitters...and offer it for sale!

That being said I've got a few jewelry designs I'm working on and I might even submit one to Interweave for their summer 08 issue. That would be a huge step, I haven't even gotten knitty to accept one yet. Aim high though right? It's pretty and I'm going to do a better sketch and swatch. Worst they can do is say no, and either way I'm going to design it.

I also haven't spun in forever. I really want to but there are just so many things going on. I've barely had time to knit as it is. I've been majorly cleaning the living room on our floor. It's like a storage area for way too much stuff, and needs to be organized. It doesn't help that I'm afraid to b/c of the spiders. They hide in fricken everything. Chad found another huge one today. Not as big as the last one, but still huge. It was in front of the couch, right where the kids were playing. Hobos are nasty. One bite causes a huge open sore, and the fact they could get bit by one scares me more than the spiders themselves.

Well I think that's a long enough post for now...jeez I just had a ton to say I guess. More later when I've got progress on something.

Secret Pal 11 Questionnaire

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Hello to my secret pal! Here's my info!

1. What is/are your favorite yarn/s to knit with? What fibers do you absolutely *not* like?
I'm allergic to alpaca, first of all. Very sad. I love anything soft. I'm newly addicted to sock yarns like socks that rock, cherry tree hill, seacoast handpainted...
Don't like acrylic much, or cotton.

2. What do you use to store your needles/hooks in?
I have a zip up case for both.

3. How long have you been knitting & how did you learn? Would you consider your skill level to be beginner, intermediate or advanced?
Secretly I consider myself advanced, but I'm probably more an advanced intermediate. I can do some advanced things but not well yet. I learned to knit at first when I was young, but took to crochet more. I was 6 or so when I learned. I picked up the knitting again when I was pregnant with my son around 3-4 years ago. I taught myself!

4. Do you have an Amazon or other online wish list?

5. What's your favorite scent?
vanilla, strawberry, cucumber melon

6. Do you have a sweet tooth? Favorite candy?
Oh yes. It's bad. I loooove white chocolate, those Terri's chocolate oranges (my wally world stopped carrying them!), oh and hazelnut candy.

7. What other crafts or Do-It-Yourself things do you like to do? Do you spin?
I do spin, I've got a drop spindle and a spindolyn. I am learning to sew also.

8. What kind of music do you like? Can your computer/stereo play MP3s? (if your buddy wants to make you a CD)
Lots of stuff, mostly alternative, Incubus, Third Eye Blind, Dashboard Confessional...

9. What's your favorite color(s)? Any colors you just can't stand?
Love most colors, orange, yellow, and brown in small doses, or mixed in good combinations with other colors. Like orange/yellow/red, or brown/pink, etc.

10. What is your family situation? Do you have any pets?
Married, with a son(2-1/2) and daughter(14months). Outside pets. :)

11. Do you wear scarves, hats, mittens or ponchos?
I love fingerless mitts, hats don't look good on me, no on the ponchos and yes for scarves.

12. What is/are your favorite item/s to knit?
Lace, socks, cute tops.

13. What are you knitting right now?
Lots of lace, a few tops, a pair of socks, and a pair of fingerless gloves...

14. Do you like to receive handmade gifts?

15. Do you prefer straight or circular needles? Bamboo, aluminum, plastic?
Bamboo circs, and dpns.

16. Do you own a yarn winder and/or swift?
Winder only.

17. How old is your oldest UFO?
Less than a year.

18. What is your favorite holiday?
Not big on those really.

19. Is there anything that you collect?
Yarn!!! Oh and hummingbird stuff. Dragonflies. Jewelry. (hehe)

20. Any books, yarns, needles or patterns out there you are dying to get your hands on? What knitting magazine subscriptions do you have?
Oh you had to ask...I have a subscription to Interweave Knits, the only magazine I really like. As for books there are several on my list to buy. They would be: Lace Style(Got it!), Victorian Lace Today, A Gathering of Lace ( Can you tell I like lace?), and Romantic Style.

21. Are there any new techniques you'd like to learn?
Well I was gonna teach myself hairpin lace this month and realized my loom is too small for the pattern I was going to make... :(

22. Are you a sock knitter? What are your foot measurements?
Yes, love socks. Umm measurements, my ankle is just under 8 inches around. My foot is 9 inches long...and my foot itself around is 8-9 inches.

23. When is your birthday?

24. Are you on Ravelry? If so, what's your ID?
I am! It's Hattie.

My week off...

Friday, August 03, 2007

...has been full of laziness. I've been knitting of course, and cleaning (a little). Mostly though I am being lazy.

I'm currently on Clue 4 of the Mystery Stole. The theme was revealed today. Swan Lake! It's an asymmetrical design, and I'm waiting to see what the second half looks like. It's not that I don't want it asymmetrical, but I loved the first half, so I wouldn't mind it being the same. So we'll see.

I am working on the front of my Isabella top. I've been a good girl and trying to finish up some things I've had in the UFO pile. It's going pretty fast, and I should be done soon! I'm almost to the lace part and I know that will make it faster b/c it's MUCH more interesting than stockinette. :D I also started two new crochet projects. I miss crocheting sometimes, I don't do it much anymore. Anywho the first is my favorite afghan pattern. I'm doing it in simply soft, autumn red. Its darker than the pic. This is one of the bottom points before joining. And a pic of the afghan in the book. I love pineapples! This is such an easy pattern too.
I started this pattern as well. I bought is when stitch diva had their little sale there for charity a few days ago. It's the Shimmering Thread Necklaces pattern, and I'm really liking how simple it is! Once I got past the first part that says to thread on your beads, crochet a certain number, and then slide up so many beads. Then it says to crochet however many more. That's where I got stuck. That would mean that there would be loops of beads. Anyway I soon (ok actually hours later...after studying the picture for a long time) realized that's how they were supposed to be. So on my way. I am doing my own thing with this which is cool and you can easily do with this pattern. I started with the green version and just did what I wanted. Here are the beaded strands by themselves. I am currently crocheting tiny beaded leaves and flowers to add to them. They will be white and grey and red and maybe one other color.
I can't wait to finish! We had some visitors the other day. I'm used to seeing the deer we feed a lot, but these guys were a surprise! Nicholas was soooo excited about them. Here they are chillin in the shade of the front yard where the sprinkler had been on and it was nice and cool. See all the little babies? They are so cute. Gobble gobble!

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