The pink amaryllis bloomed just in time for the snow!
So pretty. The red one is taking its time.
I'm staying inside where it's warm and cozy.
And crocheting square after square.
I've made a lot more of these since that picture. I bought some dusty mauve to add to the mix, but after making two of them and seeing how they looked with these others, I nixed that idea. I've added another shade of brown to these colors, and I think I'll stick with these five. I'm enjoying making the squares. They take about 30 minutes each to make. That's at a leisurely pace. No reason to rush and furiously crochet without enjoying the process, is there?
My neighbor texted me yesterday from the hospital. Her son and DIL had their baby yesterday and it's a girl. I have a girlie baby blanket that I made a couple of years ago that I'm going to give her. I think it's a good excuse to make a baby dress or two and maybe a bonnet, don't you?
I made a small batch of those sausage, cheese, and Bisquick balls yesterday. They were so good! I added some finely-chopped onion, dried sage, and a dash of garlic powder. YUM. Ken scrambled some eggs this morning and tore the sausage balls into little pieces and added it to the eggs. Delicious!
We're supposed to get more snow this afternoon and tonight. Makes me feel the need to make some chili. Ken is making some Sunday for another poker party on Sunday night, so I think I'll hold off on that. I have some homemade soup in the freezer. I'll just take some of that out. More crochet time for me!
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