My sweet little baby girl started first grade today, I’ll admit it….I didn’t cry when she went off to school, not for lack of emotions, but we’re pros by now. She has a thirst for knowledge and a yearning to be around other kids, so when she was two we started looking at preschools, when we did a tour of the preschool she ended up going to, the director took pity on the 8 month pregnant woman with the energetic little girl and let her start school a few months early.
So today was our 5th first day of school, and it was more of a “see ya later alligator” thing (I kid, though she tried to get my husband to drive her to school an hour before it opened).
She enjoyed her first full day of school, loved eating in the cafeteria (even if she didn’t care much for her homemade lunch…I gave her left over chicken parmesan, I was hoping for mom points but instead was given an eye roll), oh well, can’t win ’em all.
We harvested part of our potato crops today (can it truly be called a crop, if it were only two plants?!)
Sadly, we didn’t end up with very many russets, it was our first year with them. Last year we planted six purple viking seed potatoes and ended up with 144, this year we planted 15 and will see what we end up with when they are ready for picking.
During a break from the storms we have had for the last 4 days, we discovered that we have wild grapes growing in the front yard, we knew we had some in the backyard, yet had never looked in the front yard.
On the fiber front:
I’m starting to run out of the purple yarn that is the contrast color on my bartók tunik, when I was up north I happened to have the chance to stop at the alteration shop where I had picked it up before, sadly they are no longer carrying that yarn, however, I did end up picking up 410 yards of this beautiful yarn
Have a nice night folks