Well, as you can see, the apple blossom is in full bloom. The bees are taking full advantage and so are we, its scent is heavenly and I'm feeling the need to open up the garden door and let it waft through the house.
It's been yet another eventful week here, though in a rather different way. Our boy went off on his school camp last week only to be retrieved a day early after a tumble resulted in a broken wrist. He's out of pain now, however the near heatwave that everyone else is relishing is decidedly not what he needs right now. The itching has begun!
The warmth means my latest knit was soaked, blocked, dried and even photographed within a matter of hours today. My one skein, quickie whilst awaiting a shipment of yarn, knit is Marin, by Ysolda Teague. It is my first shawl, I am loving it and now I truly understand the reason why so many knitters delight in them! More details and pics, as ever, are over here on wonderful Ravelry.
Now, before I go I need to thank you all from the bottom of my heart. It appears your fingers must have been well and truly crossed because our housing worries are over. Our dreams have come true and we shall be moving into a more permanent house in July. Somewhere we are going to be able to call 'home' and, after eight whole months we shall be reunited with our own beds once again. Hurray!
Have a great week everyone!