Ok.....so I LOVE cherries. I have them sitting on the kitchen table and grab one every time I walk by. So, I thought a little photo expression was due to illustrate my love of the cherry.
20 July 2012
Ok.....just finished this for a friend. It turned out ok, not 100% happy, but not completely horrified as I thought I would be. It's 33" x 35", a pretty good size and the little bear is a Berroco pattern that I love. You can get the pattern and chart for there Michigan M here.
18 July 2012
15 July 2012
13 July 2012
Ok....so if you're Canadian, or a frequent traveller to Canada or maybe just someone I've talked with, you will know the phenomenon known as 'The Chip Truck'. These trucks, VW buses, trailers...wonders of the Canadian road....offer chips (fries), burgers, dogs, pea meal sandwiches and poutine...all with gravy or vinegar...all about Canada. Coming upon a chip truck or intentionally returning to a favorite corner is something I look forward to each time I cross our northern border.Fairly close to the family is just such a truck, which provided me with the pea meal (real Canadian bacon) and poutine to satisfy my craving.....all thanks to Larry. It was Canada Day when I visited, so there were plenty of Canadian flags, US flags and the occasional French flag...I was in Ontario after all.
11 July 2012
I couldn't help but get a few shots of this place that made me so happy. The fresh bread looked amazing and yes, I bought garlic scapes....lots of garlic scapes. Happy moment in a day of happy moments...
06 July 2012
Ok....so I had several wonderful days with my family and a little piece of that was my little man, Mitchell, who is talking up a storm and made this Chicky smile every moment. Here are just a few of the Mitchell faces and of course, a couple of lake shots. I wish I'd have gotten the first thing in the morning face...the sweet, still sleepy face....but I was too busy squishing him to remember I own a camera.
Ok....so it's been a while since I've written, which is unusual, but here goes. I was in Canada....I know...shocker...but over the Canada Day holiday I was visiting my family in the northern regions. It was a wonderful visit!
On the 30th of June, Uncle Nick and I got out for a little visit into town, which resulted in the material for this post. Imagine my delight to get into Colborne and see that it had been bombed, yarn bombed that is.