First off, here is my progress on His Eye is on the Sparrow. I've finished pages 1 and 2!
There will be another part to the house, but that's on page 3. lol!
Here is my fussy cut star for this week -- another Kaffe Fassett fabric.
And this weekend I worked on my Boxy sweater. I hadn't touched it since our trip to Maine, but it's great for mindless knitting while talking to family.
This weekend the father type and I went up to my sister's outside of Boston to visit, and to see our baby boy child. (hee hee!) We went up for a special reason, but also just to see everyone. We had dim sum, went to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, watched apple pies being baked, and visited in general.
|Jamie Wyeth exhibit|
|by Jamie Wyeth|
I loved this sheep -- since I've been following Shetland Wool Week through blogs and Instagram, I have sheep on the brain.
|by Jamie Wyeth|
This picture cracked me up.
|Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen exhibit|
|BIL and niece making apple pies.|
Then Sunday evening, the Father type, the boy child and I went to a concert at Sanders Theater in Memorial Hall at Harvard.
|Outside the theater|
We went to see Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer. Edgar Meyer is a bassist who has been held up to the boy child as a shining example for a good while now. And Chris Thile -- well let's just say I'm turning into a Chris Thile groupie. This is the second time Father type and I have seen him. The first time was the Punch Brothers concert we went to.
This is a terrible picture, which I wasn't supposed to take, but I had to.
Anyway, it was a wonderful concert by two MacArthur (Genius) Grant recipients. Hopefully my two guys enjoyed it as much as I did!
After the concert we had to say goodbye to the boy child. So sad. And then today we drove back home.
Mia was happy to see us. But she also smelled another cat! (See photo of Lily above.)
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone has a great week!