It still needs buttons, but another sweater is off the needles. I'm a little addicted to baby sweaters.
January 30 -- Unending socks
The first sock for a size 14 foot has been done for awhile, but this second sock feels like it is going to go on forever.
Joe was home sick (stomach bug, yuck…), and I brought home a pile of work for him to do. We need to have a talk about his filing system. "Stuffed inside the books" doesn't look like a particularly secure way to get the job done...
February 1 -- Month of Letters, Day 1
I mailed my first fabric postcard today and bought heart stamps so that I have plenty on hand. I bought some cards, rounded up some stationery, and worked this weekend on getting several postcards ready to go!
January 31, Take 2
I kind of like the picture of Joe's books, but I like this one, too, and it tells a different story about today: Mark at his work computer (with the giant monitor he "stole" from me), testing out whether the new Internet service we might switch to is going to be fast enough for him to work from home. Also worthy of note is his mug -- it's full of cereal. The man has to have his mugful of cereal every night...
Joe was supposed to be doing homework, but instead he was reaching up over the couch grabbing at his brother.
February 3 - Wearing Red
I was going to wear red today, anyway, our school is the Redhawks, so I get to wear red a lot. I especially like wearing my "Dorothy" shoes.
I was a little surprised to walk out and find Joe reading in this odd position. When I ran for my camera he moved, but I made him take the pose again, because this was too good not to capture. He did ask if I was going to post it on Facebook, though. I lied and said no. I'm a horrible mother.