I've cast on a little something pink for an upcoming baby shower (close your eyes Hillary, don't follow the link!). This pattern has been living in my knitting notebook for over a year now just waiting for the right moment to jump to attention. It's supposed to fit a 3 month old and I am hopeful since Charlotte will be 3 months in September/October, just about the time a little something is needed when the evenings begin to cool. I am using more of the same thrifted Dreamincolor yarn that I used to make this dress.
Still poking my way through George Muller of Bristol by Arthur Pierson. I can only take it in very small doses because after only a paragraph or two I'm jotting in my notebook, then praying, then closing the book because I want to spend the day meditating on what I've read.
Home-making by J.R. Miller (available on Kindle) is another such read that is getting my attention right now. While originally published in 1882 it is filled with timeless truths that also have me reading small snippets and then closing the book for the day, that I may ponder. As I write about these two old books and the goodness within I am reminded of Jeremiah 6:16 ~ This is what the Lord says: "Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls...
Joining Ginny's Yarn Along