Sunday, April 4, 2010


Flowers are a sign of spring. Yesterday we were in Washington DC and decided to go see the cherry blossoms. The National Mall was packed with people. Of course, I had a lovely camera around my neck but was taking pictures with my cell phone! Why? Because the lovely camera was out of battery charge and wouldn't take any photos. sigh Here's the Washington monument with the crowds in view. It was a gorgeous day and it felt as if the entire population of the US was out there.
Aren't cherry trees in bloom beautiful? This one has a lovely shape and a very delicate appearance. I came home to find my very own cherry tree in full bloom. It isn't pink but it has a lovely lacy appearance. The sad part is that it doesn't last long. It will be done with its blooming in a week or less. double sighTo celebrate spring, I started a very spring-like knit. This will be Reverie. The yarn is Schaefer Nichole.

Finally, I am done with 3 pairs of wrist brace liners. Thank goodness. This is the most boring knit ever. Fortunately I only have to make them every 4-5 years. Here's the last pair.
I hope all of you are having a wonderful Easter weekend!

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