Saw these two photos on the desktop and they seemed similar in shape
But here’s what happens with the Pittsburgh Plunge at Kennywood
Maura found the potholder looms in the guest room night stand this evening. I’d rummaged around for them when I’d visit but could not find them. What a happy find tonight.
Anna and her friend got right to work. Maura needed some help. I use knitting needles or pencils through the loop ends as I approach the finish. Keep it from popping off prematurely. Then a crochet hook to bind off.
Weaving these provides major stress relief for me. Over under over under. Under over under over- The repetition.
Reminds me of childhood, too.
I like them especially for hot pot lids
when I want to peek inside.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Off-Season.”
From my family’s basement.
I unearthed some holiday items for the challenge. Shot with the iPhone.
Mesmerized. Engrossed. Hypnotic effect. Eyes glued to Grandma’s iPad screen. I saw this composition on the couch.
The Grandchildren visiting.
Not sure what they were watching at this moment but no attention paid to Grandma’s lens. IPhone lens.
surrounded by family, cloaked in hugs ( or a homemade blanket), wrapped in love
Sing Happy Birthday to You ( to whichever child is holding the stem)
They make a wish
Blow the seeds into the wind.
Found on the walk home last Friday night, Columbus Ohio. iPhone capture. We just looked. They were in a neighbor’s yard.
(AKA dandelions gone to seed)
What a special day for grandson John Patrick (Jack)
The family gathered in to celebrate his day.
Thank you for the lovely bubbles in late day light, dear Granddaughter Anna.
You are a great guest blogger. I love how you see your world and capture it!
(remember the mannequin legs in the pickup truck?)
your Grandma, FF Ruthie
A gift to my sister Mary from some friends and neighbors in Mt Vernon, NY.
She wasn’t played with either, just like the italian doll I posted yesterday.
Her white clothing has yellowed even though she’s been wrapped up and tucked away.
I’m still amazed at how different angles and backgrounds create such a varied look.
You can write the captions.