Paul is back from Charlton which is nice. He is making home made fish and chips tonight as his mother always drops off fish she has caught in Port Lincoln to give to us and they taste wonderful. I am making the salad to go with it along with Isabelle's help. She has been the little baker this weekend helping me to make zucchini slice on Saturday night and chicken casserole, and then she baked choc chip muffins yesterday.
I have been knitting on the test knit for Tikki, and fingers crossed I dont run out of yarn. I said that on the last one didnt I. I still need to sew buttons on 2 projects and seam one up but I havent been in the mood lately to do any finishing. It might be the weather or a few other personal dramas around here (which I wont go into on here) so I have been feeling a bit out of sorts but managing. Tonight I am going to listen to a few podcasts, one of which I won a yarny prize. Tina of Knitting Blooms is a very good video podcaster and I really enjoy watching her episodes. She started a little while ago and always has something valuable to teach me in her sessions. I will show you the yarny goodness when it arrives. I am also going to listen to KnitAJourney podcast by Susan Dolph. She has the most relaxing voice for some reason which makes me relax, and lastly The Knitgirlls (my absolute favourite at the moment), and Domestikated Darling is nice too. She has many crafts which she likes to share with her viewers. If you would like to listen or watch them go to itunes, or simply go to knittingpodcast.blogspot.com which has a full list of videocasts and podcasts, and previous podcasters who no longer do it but their old episodes are still working.
Oh, nearly forgot about the photo above. I just popped out to take a picture for Cindy of 2Paw to show her the progress on our vegie garden. I meant to last week but it rained here nearly everyday. I am picking one of the lettuces tonight for our salad with dinner. It should taste very nice, and those wonderful bok choy will be making their way into a stir fry very soon too.
Hope you are all keeping warm, and hopefully by the end of the week I will have some knitting to show you all.