Time to weave in the ends ready for the latest round.
And why not enjoy a quiet cup of coffee while doing so?
The squares alway look neat once the ends disappear. (This May look odd but that’s my photo not the square).
And there’s just time to crochet the final round before while the cup is still hot.
The busyness of Christmas and New Year is past and it’s time to stop and take stock.
So that’s what I am doing.
With a cup of coffee, of course 😉
The answer,of course, is ‘No’, but it’s sometimes a great incentive!
Today’s cup went down quickly. Smooth and mild. This one is new to me.
The first cup is always the ‘sweetest’ and today was no exception. Time for another, I think …
Coffee is at its best when it’s fresh.
It’s hard to find peace and quiet in our house. There is often clamour from all corners, but that’s just part of life, isn’t it?
Sometimes I retreat to the garden for a cup of coffee, and this summer has been helpfully warm and sunny. It’s been good to watch the plants come and go, and, now that we’ve had rain and it’s a little cooler, see some revive that we thought were gone for ever.
As I finish my first cup I realise I need a second.
Hook another round and enjoy!
Writing a shopping list is not my most favourite way of spending time, but this one isn’t for me.
While I wrote it I put a few more loops into the Spirit of Spring blanket which has so far remained a secret.
Just what would hubby like to prepare for himself this weekend? I won’t need anything as I’m away with daughter and granddaughter! Just the three of us for a few laughs and giggles.
While I continue to think about it I’ll just drink my new to me coffee!