Saturday, March 29, 2008


I get an email from Debbie Macomber's website. It keeps me up on what she is writing. It came out last week saying Back on Blossom was out in paperback on March 25th. Today I went to Walmart and there it was. I don't really want to start it yet, I have to keep knitting. i will see just how long this last.
Sometime ago, I bought this knitting book she put out after A Good Yarn. It has the two needle sock pattern in it. I have to say, I still like the four needle sock, but the book is good anyway.
The first book is the Shop on Blossom Street, in case you haven't read them yet. They are all good, especially if you are a knitter.
Now it is Read, Knit, Stitch, Sew???? AHHHHH.


Brigitte said...

Isn't it terrible to be torn between doing needlework and reading? It seems to be my destiny, too, lol. Enjoy your book! I love Debbie Macomber's books as well.

Heidi said...

I know this dilema all too well!!! But for me the knitting part is quilting. :) And here is me wanted to learn to crochet. Do I need to learn to crochet??? I just want to have a basket of granny squares sitting in my living room. :) That is me.....your silly daughter...LOL! I have the first two of these books waiting to be read yet. I want to get to them this year. I am reading the Lizbie Brown books fast so you can take that series back home with you. It is about an American who runs off to visit Bath and stays there to open a quilt shop. You are going to love them!

Love and hugs ~
Heidi (who knows you are not reading, knitting or stitching since you are talking to me on Skype! )

Carolien said...

It's simple: just everything! ;)
Have a nice week! Greetings, Carolien

Mary said...

I hear needles clicking - perhaps someone can read to you while you knit. Just thinking, perhaps books on tape are the perfect thing for those of us who like to be using our hands to create yet long to read too!! Isn't life complicated Nancy - and do you, like me, find you are always rushing, worried that time may run out?

Thanks again for "adopting" me - I really do want to visit Heidi some day - and Ohio's not a bad place either so perhaps I'll ring your door bell one of these days - would you mind?

Love and hugs - I'm off on a trip Tues. but will post a few things before I go.

Kristen said...

I know what you mean! I am constantly struggling with what project to work on. I can teach Heidi to crochet while I am there. Or Haali can. Tell her to just be patient. :) The socks sound crazy hard, but wonderful! You could do it! :)