We've been busy with grilling and eating outside, tricycle riding, a trip to the zoo to see the dinosaur exhibit (very fun, but also a little scary) and other good weather excitements.
I'm slowly working on another design--here are some blurry, 'in process' shots. Stay tuned!
I've also been writing regularly for the local Jewish Post & News, but have found it hard to post those articles here. Here's one of my recent columns--but you have to scroll down to page 21 to find it!
The other thing is a bit more daunting and less sunny, as we are dealing with a whole new round of medical appointments and check-ups. Nobody is dying, nothing life-threatening, but I have been spending a lot of time trying to figure out "the system" to address everybody in the family's needs lately. Whole days seem to drift by and I haven't even gotten to my computer to write, or to knit at all, or...much of anything. It's hard to be zen about this time sink but I know that these issues are important. (and twins are much more likely to have health or developmental concerns, it's par for the course.)
In order to cheer myself along, I'm running a sale. I love it when I know my sale has allowed someone else to afford a pattern, jump into knitting or learning a new thing --all for the price of a cup of fancy coffee... and of course, the small amount I earn allows for extras at our house. (Extras might include...a gift for the Professor's birthday in June, a chance to have take-out for dinner, or even an extra sack of beans for the Winnipeg Harvest bin... all things that make me feel better about spending my time on the phone dealing with referrals..)
So, I'll let you in on the sale:
I have a 20% off sale going on for all my Ravelry patterns, including my eBook: Three Ply, until June 1st. (ends at midnight, CT) The coupon code is:
(and stay tuned for a new design--a quick project on the needles never hurts morale either!)