Yarn Along

Yarn Along 12.17.14

Sigh – I always feel a little bit like a waste of oxygen when I start a Yarn Along post and then realize that the post preceding it is also a Yarn Along post – meaning that I haven’t posted a single book review all week. But I won’t wallow. I suppose that on the scale of human crimes and sins, not blogging for a week probably doesn’t make the top twenty. But I’ll do better next week, I promise.

I appear to be in the Toddler-Sized Ugly Christmas Sweater business, and no one is more surprised about this development as I. I should have a photo of a finished product or two next week. For now, here’s some festive green yarn and my copy of The House of Mirth. I’ve only read the first chapter so far, but it’s good. Edith Wharton is a favorite of mine.

And look who deigned to sit still long enough to pose for a rare photo:

Yarn Along with Emma

This is Emma, and some days she is the most interesting thing that happens to me. Not so much today – but some days.

Many thanks as always to Ginny for hosting Yarn Along on her blog, Small Things. Happy Wednesday and Happy Holidays to all!

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6 Responses to Yarn Along

  1. Nancy says:

    Is Emma liking House of Mirth? I must do a re read as I recall really liking it. Surely Emma must like yarn, too?

    • bedstrom says:

      Emma would never dream of sitting still long enough to read The House of Mirth. She prefers the YouTube version. 🙂 And yes, she does like yarn, but she’s surprisingly well behaved with it. I give her a small ball of leftover yarn to play with every so often, but she never helps herself, for which I am VERY grateful!

  2. Donna says:

    What a sweet picture!! Your kitty is adorable!

  3. wstyrsky says:

    I read it several years ago! Loved it:)))

  4. woolythymes says:

    ugly toddler sweater?!? can’t wait! I’ll stay tuned.

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