It's November 1st, and that means it's NaBloPoMo time again -- that's National Blog Posting Month, and the challenge is to post something every single day. That *will* be a challenge for me, as I've been slacking off in that department, so I'm looking forward to it! I've decided to start a 'Photo of the Day' posting, so even if I have nothing to say (ha! do you *know* me??) I'll have something to post!
Mischa and the boys were over on Sunday for the day... our intention was to carve pumpkins, but I didn't get mine done until yesterday just before dark. The owner of this property we caretake turned up yesterday morning (he works overseas for several weeks at a time) so we had a good visit! These are not great photos, but you can see that I put the two of them out on our visitor dock here:
While Mischa was here, I got her to model the finished Imogen cowl for me!
If you're a Ravelry member, you can see several more shots of it here.
I also finished the gray socks on the weekend - they will be a Christmas gift for someone.
Today's plans include casting on for a new shawl, and cooking a harvest stew in the crock-pot.
Today's PHOTO OF THE DAY:
I've always called this an 'Egg Yolk' jellyfish, but it's actually the Lion's Mane Jellyfish .... apparently they can grow up to 7 feet across, but the ones we see around here are usually about 1 - 2 feet wide; they're plentiful, and can be yellow or a burgundy color. And yes, they can and do sting.