Good Morning! Fall has finally arrived here in Oklahoma. I would like to introduce our newest family member, George, shown here with Luke.
George is a Standard Poodle. He will, one day, be the new dad to our Goldendoodles.
Luke and I are playing with our neighbors here. I wanted to show you Max. Do you see where he is? That cat! He is so wonderfully weird! I love him so! He will sit in the stroller and take a walk with me and Luke. Max loves this family. He is often found hanging out with them.
We drove to Missouri to get George. He sat on my lap for the entire four hour trip!
I’m going to give a little dog advise. When you are thinking of buying a dog, especially an expensive one, you need to pay attention to the parents. Personalities and temperaments are passed down to the pups. If you want to know what kind of puppy you are getting, pay attention to the parents!
I was really excited to show you all something neat I had discovered to save you all some money! Turns out, I have no idea what I’m talking about. Do you see the little tin with the gold metal stitch markers? I bought a little bag online at a knitting store and paid about $9.00 for them. I’ve tried all kinds of different stitch markers and these are my favorites. I’ve been shopping in the bead/jewelry isle at the craft stores and found these metal colored rings for $2.99 (half price days $1.50). The green and purple rings I found at a bead store in Colorado, they are the $3.50 ones.
I get really excited when I find great deals. I thought I had discovered a knit hack and wanted to share with everybody.
I tried to find the website I purchased my $9 stitch markers and found them on KnitPicks for $1.99 for 100 of them! WHAT!?!?! How did I not find these before? They are even cheaper than my great find.
Well, if you want a variety of colors with your stitch markers at an affordable price, go shop at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby. They have lots of different sizes and colors in the jewelry/bead isles.
Here’s a quick peek at my current knitting project. It’s my road trip project to Wyoming. I’m almost done. I fear I’m going to run out of the brown color for the last stripe! I’m just going to use a different brown if I run out. It’s a shawl if you can’t tell. I will show you all soon when it’s done.