That face, that face, that beautiful face!! On Sunday our beautiful new great-grandson weighed in at 8 pounds 9 ounces, and with the face of an angel. All the babies on our side of the family were big babies, ranging from 8 pounds all the way to 10 pounds . Bryce Robinson Ryan Pryor is here and there are a lot of happy people loving him right now!! I could just sit and look at his picture for hours, and wish I could hold him. They are not in Texas and I am so ready to take a trip.
Knitting has been moving along. The first double moss stitch wristlet is finished and the second well on the way. I’m still working on the yellow socks—wow have I been knitting on those things for a long time. I knit and knit and look down and the sock is the same as it was when I started. Do you ever have that happen to you? A project defies wrap-up. I’m working with my Knit Picks Harmony double points and I think the sock loves them as much as I do and won’t let them go!
Do you grate your own cheese? I spent an hour last night grating cheese. It is not the easiest thing in the world, although it is easier if you use a mandolin slicer/grater. We don’t like the taste of the cheese you buy already shredded! I think it has a plastic taste. So last night I grated cheddar, jack, mozzarella and swiss and put them in containers to sprinkle on and in most anything from soup to baked potatoes. DH likes a lunch of a tortilla spread with black beans, onions, grated cheese and salsa, rolled and warmed enough to melt the cheese. Sometimes I put spinach on it or a little fried peppered bacon. Yum!!
Life is good!