I have been obsessed with the patterns by JumperCables lately, especially this and this and this! Do I think any of them would look good on me? No. But that does not stop me from thinking about them. There is one that I think I can pull off – Puddle. This seems like an excellent summer project, mindless knitting that would not fill my lap and the end result would give me a lovely warm cowl come fall.
Konmari and my office have become such great friends. Now, to figure out what to do with over 200 CD’s… Seems kind of wasteful to throw them away (not to mention not environmentally nice) and I really don’t want another box of stuff to put somewhere. Any ideas would be appreciated…
I am so proud of Daughter Number 2 – this week she donated over 500 ounces of breast milk to some in need moms. And, she has over 700 ounces more to give. She is a super mom in my book!
I have been enjoying Sonya Philip’s Periscope broadcasts each week – she has great, thought-provoking conversation. If you have not tried Periscope – you should. A great way to get quick, fun updates from a variety of sources. Ones I especially love – Ysolda, Goulet Pens, and Kay Gardiner (especially when she reads through the latest Rowan Magazine…)
Making mistakes work is something that does not always happen. However, this week I had one that worked incredibly well. Best mistake ever…bias tape on the outside FTW!
As for now I am heading to watch some Netflix and work on finishing some projects before Easter gets here!
I think donating breast milk is a fantastic thing. I definitely would have done that had I known about it when Hannah was a baby. Enjoy your tv!
Do you have access to a nearby Salvation Army, Goodwill, Catholic Charities, or similar charity thrift shop? They will gladly accept CDs and you can take a charitable donation tax deduction if you get a receipt. If you don’t have charities nearby, you could do what we do with some things – put them out by the sidewalk with a “FREE!” sign. Sometimes things disappear before we get back inside!
I had not stumbled onto JumperCables patterns before. But now I have. 🙂 (Thanks for that.) Our local library accepts CD donations. Some they put into circulation, and others they include in their used book sales. (Plus, they give you a donation receipt.)