especially in this yarn. It is dyed as a transitional yarn, changing from darker to lighter.
Archive for December, 2008
to get off the couch, when it looks like this outside.
As a Christmas treat I have been relaxing on the couch and reading the host by Stephenie Meyer. It was not an easy read in the beginning, because the topic is a bit alien (sorry!) weird, but now I can’t put it down.
( Which reminds me of the time when we moved to the US and being told by officials we were legal aliens, a term which really startled me. I had always thought an alien came from another planet, not another country. )
My husband made me an amazing gift. He had close-up pictures of my yarns printed, framed and decorated the dining room with them. They look so pretty! He jokingly said that this year I got something I had made myself. It is so nice to see these pictures printed!
Oh, if you are snowed in like we are, why don’t you make Bialys? They are absolutely delicious. I made the ones from the 5 Minute Bread book, but this recipe looks great as well.
Merry Christmas! I hope, you have the fridge full of food and a nice, warm place to stay!
Tags: Add new tag, computer game, construction game, world of goo
If you – like me – need to forget your To-Do-List for a while, then this computer game is a wonderful distraction. I read about it in our local newspaper and had to try it out right away. In World of Goo you have to build bridges and towers out of moving, wobbly droplets. It is not only a brain teaser, but I love how the game looks and sounds. The first level comes as a free download. Have fun!