...even my roving lounges
Sunday has been my favorite day of the week for as long as I can remember. Even when I knew I would have to work Monday, and go thru the work-week blues the night before, Sunday is still the best day ever. When I think of Sundays I think of waking up and not having to move quickly to go anywhere. Stay in your grubbies all day, because football or a hockey game is on. Make coffee and go grab donuts to bring back to bed. Flick on the tv or grab the newspaper because there's nowhere better to be. Regardless of the fact that my life is now run by a small person who is about 3 feet high, and instead of lounging the day away I have to be the potty drill sergeant, I still love me some Sunday.
Like today ... I was awakened about 9 am (this is some serious sleeping in btw) by aforementioned small person saying, "happy mother's day, mom". (yes, I'm aware it's not) Then she moved to hubby's side, where she wished him a "happy father's day, daddy." I'll wait while you exclaim "awwwwwe" to yourself :)
From there it just got better. Not one wet pair of princess undies from our kiddo in training, the coffee perked just perfectly, the temp outside was on the cool side and the humidity didn't come as it has been a lot lately. The man of the house got to watch the shows he wanted, the little one read to her heart's content and then hosted a tea party for herself and few (stuffed) friends, and I... well, I got to play with roving!
The deliciousness in blue is Winterhaven Farms Cormo Top in "Seascape". The creamy blue/green is a yummy Falkland wool from the cosySpins Fiber Club I recently joined - the color is "Memory".
It's been a few weeks since I was able to break out the Bee and spin so, still be a novice and all, I had to get back into the spin of things and relearn what works and what doesn't when it comes to spinning fiber into gold. The thinner the better or so I'm finding... at least for me. And this only applies when talking fiber, too ;)
Moll was very anxious to help me with my roving but instead of that, I asked her to help me get a good shot of a FO.