Thankfully, the remodeling is progressing a little more rapidly than these darn beans did. Here is a shot from yesterday, in the kitchen. Still, living with all of your belongings in new spots and usually impossibly piled under something is nutty. It does help you sort out what you really need, because you actually go to the trouble of digging those things out.
The beans aren’t the only things benefiting from the late frost. The zinnias have been captivating, and the combination of Thai basil, zinnia, and marigold are such a satsifying combination. New colorway?
I had another little two day trip to make the week another “get further behind on regular work” week, which is also stressful. One cool thing – I got to have dinner at the home of a former head of Procter & Gamble R&D, where I got to see some really wonderful folk art. He and his wife have a collection that has merited museum exhibition. I faced an antique Amish quilt in perfect condition during dinner, and I am afraid my conversation lagged because of it.
I am now knitting the ribbing on the back of DITF and am looking forward to be knitting the fronts. It isn’t very exciting to look at, nor is it progressing rapidly as I am now using double aughts, so I’ll put off posting a photo until I’m at least done with all 3.5 inches of it.
3.5 inches on double aughts – now that is really crazy!
I hope your life is a bit less insane.