It seems like forever since we've seen the sun and the days seem very very short.
My husband has been working out of town, so I've inherited dog walking duties. If we don't get our walk in right after I get home from work, I feel like we should be wearing reflective collars so we can be seen in the dusk.
After taking this picture, I realized my dogs are cuter from the front than the back. But they do love their walks, so this is my view a lot of the time.
Of course, no matter what the weather, or what else is going on, I have to do some kind of crafting. I'm convinced if I was ever on Survivor, I'd probably try to knit something using bamboo sticks and vines.
I made these sparkly vintage style Christmas ornaments at a wonderful craft day at Tami's craft day.
This is something I'm crocheting with a BIG wooden hook. It goes really fast. It's just a rectangle that eventually I'll fold down and tack the edges to make armholes and it should be a shrug. But if it isn't, it won't be the first time I'm had a yarn fail. It really is about the process.
My December 2013 Reverb Journal is getting a redo, too. The idea of the Dec reverb journal is to work with daily prompts and questions during Dec, kind of reviewing the year. Questions like: "What do you remember most about the year?" "What was something that surprised you this year?" "What did you plan to do in 2013 that you didn't do?".
Like Ferris Bueller said "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."
I don't have any specific plans for 2015 but I'm practicing moving my head up and down to say "Yes", instead of back and forth to say "No".