Well I did it though it may sound silly.
While residing in Europe I decided to knit a pair of WARM SOCKS and a SCARF for my (that time) Jamaican fiancé. My colleague did a lot of joke about it and had a hard time not laughing and bring it up always we talked about my relationship.
Before I moved to Jamaica my fiancé said: “Make sure you will bring all the stuff you did for me”.
And I did.
I remember when he touched and tried the socks and the scarf for first time. He loved them and after he got a new job where the AC was set for very cool he started to carry his scarf to his work and appreciated it a lot.
He didn’t wear yet the socks but… we never know when we will find a need for something what seemed to be a silly thing.
Blessed and beautiful weekend!
A lot of counting, focusing on the chart and most important enjoying the moments by doing it.
This is how I feel about
of my projects, no rush (except if it’s a last resort request from friends) just relax. October is a rainy season even here in Caribbean and I like the calm afternoons and yet more evenings when my husband is practicing some chess and I can relax by doing hand crafts.
Wishing all of you a blessed and peaceful weekend.
I always try to find the balance between all of my hobbies (writing, photography, painting and different hand crafts). Today we got a lot of rain, the day was long, calm and grey so I decided to enjoy what the day was brought to me.
The evening already fell down and here is the result of my today’s spare time ☺
I finished the crochet doily for my mother-in-law
Here is some progress of my cross stitching
And finally, I took some photos after the rain stopped falling and before the evening covered the yard.
Rose covered by rain drops
Ackee getting ripe
White beside white