I only got my camera out once and wasn't able to really capture the true beauty of the moonrise.
This is what I pulled from my stash to start at this season's retreat. It is really working up fast.
The little needle minder that looks like the end of a spool of thread was a little gift to myself because I like the nostalgic look.
Bought some peanut butter kisses (saltwater taffy with peanut butter inside) as "I'm sorry" candy for two co-workers who I bit their faces off. (Really was their fault because I told them I didn't feel good and I was miserable and they should leave.....but they didn't and I barked at them.)
Not sure why I am on a Halloween kick, but I am.
And another group project. We all enjoyed the Santa we stitched together last year and we found another one to work on as a SAL. I am not sure when we will start it but four of us are on board to do it.
I was also able to get in the first four rows and part of the fifth my guild white work SAL. Sorry, it is too hard to see but trust me, it's there. I will try to get a better shot and replace this one. Excuse the little ends of my away knows. Haven't woven the ends in yet.
Halfway home I got an uneasy feeling. Mr. Wonderful was so anxious for me to go this weekend which is totally unlike him. Not that he has a problem with me going on my excursions; it is more like - whatever. But this time, he was very encouraging and actually insistent when I was considering cancelling because I had been so sick.......so I got to thinking, Why did he want me out of the house? What was he buying? Was he getting us a new kitten since Miss Babykakes went missing? As the girls quickly unloaded their bags and switched cars, I came in to find a set of shiney new keys on the table. Ut-oh! Mind was racing. A John Deere Gator, another Kawasaki Mule, a Kubota???? No, it was just new keys to the new locks on the drum corp trailers. Whew! Dodged a bullet there! Hmmm, Mr. W. may have turned over a new leaf.