Friday, May 25, 2018

Friday Mishmash

Things are getting back to normal in our house after two months of dusty upheaval.  I finally had time to sit down, clean out my knitting cart, and actually knit for the first time since the renovation began!  It was just a little bit on a sock that I'd started a while back, but it felt good to get back into the soothing rhythm of knitting:
Ahhh, mundane normalcy.  I'm a fan.

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We didn't get to see our Renegade babies last weekend because we were out of town, and we won't see them this weekend because they will be out of town.  That's too long to go without baby hugs!  Cary did text me a couple pictures of Logan tasting his first Popsicle, though, and they are too cute not to share:
A POPSICLE?  LOOKS YUMMY!  WONDER WHAT FLAVOR IT COULD BE??
LEMON.

She also sent a video, where he kept making that face but going back for more.  I get you, Logan, I really do.  Of course, that won't stop us from encouraging you to try a Pickle Pop one of these hot days...with camera ready, of course.

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Blog news:  There won't be a post on Monday, as that is the Memorial Day holiday here in the United States.  Hope you all have a great weekend, enjoy the extra day off, and I'll see you back here on Wednesday!

20 comments:

  1. Yay for some relaxing knitting time! That makes me so glad!

    LOL Logan. THAT FACE! So glad she shared it with you, and you shared with us!

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    1. Glad you are enjoying Logan - he's so expressive!

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  2. Woo hoo for knitting again! Can't believe you went two months without knitting. Have a fun weekend! Logan is too funny, especially that he kept going back for more!

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    1. I never would have thought I could go that long without knitting, but apparently I can do it. :(

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  3. That face is priceless! Happy Memorial Day Shelley!

    My ac is out and they may not be able to fix it until tomorrow. Its hard to believe I grew up in a house that didn't turn on the ac until June sometime or other my mom hated it but we run it all the time year round at our house now days I'm sure living in TX you understand.

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  4. Your sock looks like a tiny hat :D Normalcy is underrated, don't you think? You don't appreciate it until it's disrupted for a long period.

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    1. We are definitely appreciating a normal day around here, that's for dang sure!

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  5. Haha! Gotta love those baby faces. Have a wondertul weekend!

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  6. Love that baby face! I got a pickle pop in one of my runner boxes. It's in my freezer just waiting for the day i think i need it...haha

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    1. Let me know what you think of the pickle pop - our group is about 50/50 on them. I'm in the pro 50% after the first taste, which can be a bit of a shock.

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  7. Hes so adorable. I have a 2 yr old grandson of my own.

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    1. Lucky you! I am so pleased that Logan's parents share him with us like they do - babies are the best!

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  8. Oh my goodness I love love seeing updates and pictures of him! How sweet!! Glad things are returning to normal around your house!

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  9. Getting back to normal is great. Only 2 more weeks until we move, then I can start getting there too.

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    1. That is so exciting! I hope you post pictures of your new place. :)

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