How All-American is that?
Here's yet another new project (another Wool Peddler's Shawl) at the Greenville Drive game last Friday:
I felt very conspicuous taking a picture of my knitting, hence the little view of knitting, and big view of game (and fans).
It was the first game we had been to at the new stadium, and we were pleasantly surprised to see that it was crowded. So crowded in fact, that we ate our hot dogs, boiled peanuts and beer standing up, using a trash can as a table. Tacky, huh? Hey, someone else was doing it first, so we asked if we could share their table. Can you say sodium overload?
This past weekend John whipped up some homemade vanilla ice cream (actually more like ice milk - yuck, not my favorite) so I made some peach cobbler. I don't like either one, so I just took a picture.
For those of you who like fabric, here are some shots of my trip to Mary Jo's, in Gastonia, NC. Once again I felt very conspicuous taking pictures, so there aren't many. I always think someone is going to confiscate my camera or something. Guilty conscience?
And finally, a familiar scene in our family.
Yarn, hanging out of the car.