Regular photos don't show her off anymore...at 13 months she babbles all the time and is hardly ever still! Grandpa taught her to High-Five, and she does a full-face blink when you wink at her. Time to get a videocamera - suggestions welcome!
The second picture is the little mower toy that she pushes around. She needs a little more confidence before she takes off on her own. Mom and Dad think that is just fine...we know that she will be getting into everything even more when she starts walking!
Fiber update...I have been quilting a bit, but it's not photogenic. Whitework! Our longarm guild challenge this year is wholecloth. I took a class from Karen McTavish last March, and I started quilting it last week. My tension is off a bit on the back, which is a bummer, but I will enter it in the challenge anyway. At this point, the goal is to get it done!
Socks...I just turned the heel on the second Solstice Slip sock that I started in July. It took three tries before I finally measured the foot and got it the right length. I blame the sinus infection. I have big plans for Socktoberfest...stay tuned!
And now I will weigh in on the hot water-cooler topic...the new TV season!
Monday - "How I met your Mother" and "Two and a Half Men" Start the week off with a laugh. These are consistently funny, clever shows.
Tuesday - movie night. I haven't gotten into anything on Tuesdays, which is fine because my quilt group meets that night.
Wednesday - thank goodness for DVRs! I have choir practice, so I tape "Kid Nation," "Private Practice," and "Dirty Sexy Money." Kid Nation is better than I expected. I was hoping to find some application for my high school government class, but so far, it's just a typical reality/challenge show. Private Practice looks like it brings the same good drama from Grey's Anatomy to a new setting. Dirty Sexy Money fulfills the promise of the ads...over the top characters in a soap opera. I think it has potential!
Thursday - "Survivor: China" and "Grey's Anatomy." I'm late to the Survivor party...this is the first time I've watched more than 5 minutes of it! I can't believe how physical they get in the challenges. I'm not a big fan of the mud-wrestling, but it's fun to watch people try to build a functional team in the early stages of the game. Do I really even need to comment on Grey's??? Some interesting storylines...but saving a deer? Hello, call a vet!
Friday/Saturday - time to catch up on all the shows I taped during the week :-)
Sunday...looking forward to Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters! What have you been watching?