No work for me yesterday- well after chores and errands anyway! Went to soak up some time with my mom (while dad's away, the girls will play you know!). I finally remembered to take my camera, and did I take fun pictures of my MOM? No, so sorry mom-- an old house that has been abandoned for years. Every time I drive by it I think, better get a picture before it is gone. Makes me sad to see the old houses neglected, forgotten, then gone. There is such history--makes me wonder (and want to research) the house's story--who lived there, who built you, why did they leave you like this?
I have peeked into the windows, the floors are not safe or I would have been visiting every room. The woodwork is all intact and it looks like a very long time ago, everyone just left. Very old toys (pre-antenna days) and just lots of momentos. I am a nosey bugger aren't I? I love history and digging up all about where we live--still working on the history of this house but have volumes about our first farm (boohoo still miss you house) -our house there was built in 1848--started out as a dug out. But that is another story, another time.
Now you know I have not only a serious fiber/sheep addiction, but a weird sense of history too.... bwaahahahhahaha! Trying to get photos done for an update tomorrow so keep an eye out, and guess what- changes coming to the blog (duh) so will be fine tuning that too.
Thanks to a sheepy friend Velvet, you can now find the sheep's own group on Ravelry too so look them up--lots of places for your fiber, yarn and FO from their fiber--tell us what you have been up to!! (gotta go, the sheep are ready to move in with the neighbors--they want FOOD!)