It was a lovely night for music tonight at our church’s open music night. Sandwiched in between a folksy group and a blues band was Peter on solo cello. He played an eclectic mix of music- from classical to pop to Sesame Street and other things in between.
These two have always gotten along very well, but lately there has been a new sense of camaraderie showing itself.
Not all the time, not on all projects. But definitely more often than not!
Catherine’s newest artwork for our baby friend Noah. The hippos are my favorite!
I am very much thankful for the chance to study the Word in an intentional way at Alpha this Lenten season. The conversations and deeper community building are a lovely bonus!
Spy photo of these sisters conspiring out back.
On our way to MIT this morning.
So many personalities, such little space!
Last night’s knitting frenzy led to this lovely little article. I added buttons this morning, just in time for an afternoon birthday party. I think it is one of my favorite knitting projects to date.
The pattern itself was a bit tricky. It wasn’t a breezy, “watch tv and knit mindlessly” kind of pattern, but it was easy enough to follow and had some great tricks and structures to it. I love the way the sleeves came out and the broken rib stitch pattern on the body. Over all, just a brilliant, adorable little knit. I know there will be more coming off my needles now that I’ve gotten the hang of it!
[Ravelry link, for those so inclined]
Just a little late night knitting and some Doctor Who. Ain’t no minute like the last minute!
Back at one of our favorite places. The Museum of Science never gets old- especially on Free Film Friday- and especially especially with Nonni and Grandpa!