tirsdag den 10. marts 2015
I går gik turen til Jo-Ann's, hvor vi gik rundt og kiggede. Meget. Min mindste nevø fik garn at hækle af (og kom i gang med at hækle igen). Jeg var ramt af voldsomt dårlig samvittighed, da han sagde "Moster - har du trevlet mit halstørklæde op?"
Hvordan ved han sådan noget? Men ja. Hans røde firkant, starten på et halstørklæde i wollmeise, havde jeg jo ubamhjertigt trevlet op. Nu er han så i gang med noget nyt....
Han kom iøvrigt med dagens guldkorn. Jeg startede med at kigge på stof og sagde, at jeg skulle se på mere stof. Han kaldte og sagde "HER er noget stuff (ting) du kan kigge på!"
I'm so busy enjoying myself, I haven't updated the blog. Sorry.
Yesterday, we went to Jo-Ann's, where we were looking at everything. My youngest nephew had new yarn for crocheting (and started again). I felt terribly guilty after he had asked me "Moster - did you unravel my scarf?"
How does he know? But yes. His red square, the beginning of a scarf in wollmeise, had been cruelly unraveled. Now he started a new one......
By the way, he had the quote of the day. I was looking at fabric ("Stof" in Danish) and told him I needed to look at more stof. He called me and said "HERE is some stuff for you to look at!"
Today, I went to a lot of shops. A lot! My suitcase is as well as filled by now, so it will be interesting actually packing it! For lunch, my brother-in-law and I had lunch at a picnic-place by the river. Lovely sushi.
Efter -30 grader tror de arme mennesker jo nærmest, at +4 grader er sommer.
Men det var nu hyggeligt (og ikke alt for koldt!) at spise sushi midt i området med sne.
Spring has arrived in Michigan, and everybody walks around smiling in clothes that are not too warm. I do think I'm the only one in town wearing a winter-coat, although there snow is still everywhere!
After -30 degrees celcius, the poor people believe +4 degrees to be summer.
But it was really nice (and not too cold!) eating sushi in the middle of a snow-area.
Det går helt godt fremad, og jeg har taget masker fra til ærmerne.
For once, I brought a lot of yarn TO the US. Another sweater for me in the lovely, expensive Noro Kama yarn. It's so warm and soft!
It shows good progress, and I already went as far as below the sleeves.