torsdag den 16. oktober 2014
Mere Ann Arbor. Med garn! / More of Ann Arbor. With some yarn!
Der er mange flotte træer på vejen, og som det ses, er farverne helt utrolige lige nu!
In the morning, I get to join, when my youngest nephew is taken to school. He is in Elementary School, and he really loves it.
We see so many beautiful trees on the way there, and as you can see, the colors are amazing right now!
Han elsker ihvertfald skolen. Laver lektier uden brok. Har verdens sejeste lærer (som strikker!). Det er dejligt at opleve!
His school has this gigantic lawn and playground, and I bet you it's good for the concentration when the kids have the ability to run around a bit between lessons.
He definitely loves his school. Does his homework without complaining. Has the coolest teacher in the world (she's a knitter). It's really nice to see!
garnbutik! Min svoger vidste, hvor denne lå (mærkeligt nok) og var gerne guide.
Der var fint, lokalt garn på tilbud, så det kom med hjem. (Altså ikke det hele. Kun det flotte røde!)
While the kids are at school, I make fun things. Like visiting a yarn shop! My brother-in-law knew the location of this one (strangely enough) and was willing to be a guide.
They had pretty, local yarn on sale, so it went home with me. (Well. Not all of it. The red yarn!)
Da jeg så kom hjem og fortalte min mindste nevø, at jeg havde været i garnbutik, sagde han "Hvor meget har du købt?" Hvad er DET for et spørgsmål?????
Han kunne godt lide det røde garn, men syntes nok, der var lidt rigeligt. "Hvordan skal du nå at strikke af det, moster, inden du skal hjem igen?"
In the corner, they had "Danish yarn" in this bright, yellow color. I never saw anything like it in Denmark! It was pure wool and a bit itchy. Strange.
When I got home and told my youngest nephew that I went to a yarn shop, he said "How much did you buy?" What kind of question is that????????
He liked the red yarn, though, but found that I bought plenty. "How are you going to knit all of that before you go back home?"