I turned off the ceiling fan in our bedroom and died of shame. Then came back to clean it and leave the windows open to let some of the dust escape. I think we turned it off once or twice when we first moved in, and then didn't bother. But it's slightly chilly in our room, and I thought we should start turning it off during the day.
We still haven't turned on our heat. We might this weekend, though. As twitchy as I feel when I think about the fact that we live in between apartments on our left, right, above, and below, I also feel good about how much we save in heating costs every winter. We're always toasty.
It's my aunt's birthday today! Yay for Aunt Ginger!
I think I'm going to crochet a cowl, because that's just what I do. It will be a nice way to keep my hands busy while I talk at knitting group, and talking at knitting group is a nice way for me to be entertained when I'm working on a slightly mundane project. Thank God for that group.
I finished my socks! They look like this!
I wrote all about it here!
I washed them this morning, and even threw them in the dryer in the hopes that it would shrink them down a bit. I think it might have helped. It doesn't matter. I would wear them if they were Cody's size. I love them so much!
Evelyn's very preoccupied with nests and caves. Sometimes she just chills out with a blanket over her head. Sometimes she hangs out in a fort.
This is what it means when she's in a nest.
Goober. My own child is a bit of a goober and there's no other word for it.
She's also an artist. She made this at library time this week!
|Nobody tell her this turkey is wasted.|
I'm told her dad helped her a little, but maybe he just wants some of that artistic spotlight. The girl's quite crafty, and I think we're going to glue some more buttons to things and call it a craft once she wakes up. I better get ready!