|Another scarf completed|
Second Saturday of the month is time for tea. This month, I went pink. I wove the tablecloth decades ago when I was still single. Dyed the yarn while it was wound into balls, then drove nails into the side of my house and stretched the wet, dyed yarn across them to dry. Husbands tend to object to that sort of, "outside the box" thinking.
Years later I knitted the pink tea cozy. It goes surprisingly well with the tablecloth.
My friend Amy Lane, writer extraordinaire, sent peanut butter fudge for Christmas which arrived just in time. Amy is now declared to be the Fudge Goddess.
New friends joined us. Sabrina, who is a chiropractor, and Heide, who is Wonder Woman with a husband and three teenaged girls.
We had lemon cake with lemon curd, fresh pineapple, shortbread cookies, ginger cookies, tunafish sandwiches, coffee and tea. We had great conversations and we all learned something new. I learned how to hypnotize a chicken. I didn't know about this. I grew up with horses and sheep. You can't hypnotize sheep. They are born that way.
What have you learned lately?