Looks Can Be Deceiving

Hi everyone! I have never reblogged anything before, but this post meant a lot to me. I’ve been working with William for the past couple of days on making a crochet hat for his cutie Boston terrier, Otis. Little Otis’s ears are freezing in the cold Canadian air, so William requested that I make a hat without ear holes. I found a pattern, he placed the order, and I’ll be creating this little hat tonight. I’m so excited! I’ve never made something like this before, but am really looking forward to trying out the new technique. I had to stop by Joanne’s last night to pick up another skein of yarn and an M hook because that’s what this pattern calls for. Yay for new crochet hooks and yarn!

Please check out his blog! You’ve got to see his adorable doggy Otis.


Existence At It's Best

I should have looked at the thermometer before I ventured out today.

Being one that really would rather walk to the plaza than drive, is precisely what I did this morning. The sun was shining so brightly, and reflecting off of the snow banks piled high in front of every ones homes. For what ever reason it never dawned on me to look at the temp. I was on a mission, today was refill prescriptions day, and I know better than to put it off because I will forget and then tomorrow I will find myself in huge amounts of trouble (experience speaks volumes).

Off I went ear buds in, Ipod pumping out the music of my favorite Ukulele players. I got about a block away and it hit me as to just how friggin’ cold it really was. Pulled my hat as far down on my head as I…

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