It made me frustrated enough that I went to Joann Fabrics and found some navy linen blend (30% off) and a couple cottons to make more Shirt no.1s. The cottons were on sale too. Plus I had a couple gift cards floating around in my wallet so I didn't even have to spend any money. I've already washed and dried them so when the spirit moves me I can get them cut out and have more things to sew. That fit.
Look at this fist of fern fronds. I love the way this looks before the fronds start to grow and unfurl. I don't remember the name of this fern but it spreads so my fern garden is lush when everything is up in summer.
The bleeding hearts are opening more too. I love the dainty look of the pink heart-shaped blossoms with the little drop below.
The mints are taking over the garden. This is chocolate mint (the darker green) and peppermint (the lighter green) and they are relentless. I wish I'd never planted them but they smell so good when I step on them.
Tonight's knitting was on May Preemie Hat #3. I cast on when Friday Night Knitting started and here's how far I got in three hours. Sadly, this is the end of the crazy colored yarns I've used for preemie hats for years. I'm confident that the yarn is discontinued so I'll just have to keep going with more usual colors of yarn. Drat.
Today's toss was the cup holder console that Durwood had the mechanic take out of his van when we bought it. I would have tossed it then but the dealer told me to keep it so I did. DS called this morning to say that they're buying a newer van and trading in the one we had. I'm not sorry to see it go, it had a good life and served the family well.
The prompt today said to write an ad for a self-peeling banana. Really? So I sold an organic, vegan, non GMO banana with a built in zipper for ease of peeling. Silly.