Sunday Sevens is a weekly post where we share some photos from our week and yak a bit about what we’ve been up to. It’s fun and you should join us! See Natalie over at Threads and Bobbins for more info.
My favorite dinner this week was actually a brinner: breakfast burritos. Spicy sausage, scrambled eggs, sauteed veg, cheese, a little fresh tomato and green onion on top, and leftover guacamole.
I took a walk in Columbia Park this week and had to get a picture of all the geese. Please note that they are standing under a “don’t feed the birds” sign because THAT’S WHERE THE MORONS ALWAYS FEED THEM–right under the sign.
(They were actually edging away from me when I took this, as they’d decided I was a little bit too close and didn’t appear to be packing snacks.)
And then there was this guy.
Yes, the squirrels have the morons pretty well figured out as well.
Butterick patterns were on sale this week, so picked up this one I’ve been eyeing for a while. Lots of interesting possibilities for mixing and matching knits here.
I feel like I might be falling a little bit in love with sewing knits after pretty much diligently avoiding them for years.
On Saturday, I went on another MeetUp walk, this time to Chamna Natural Preserve in Richland. Fun time–cool autumn morning with sunshine, some nice people, TWO dogs to pet, AND my honey came along, too. 🙂
That afternoon, after puttering around uselessly for hours without getting anything done, I finally gave in and took a nap with the cats.
Notice that there’s no room for me on MY side of the bed because it’s full of cats. I had to steal a quilt off the couch and sleep on the other side. Shelby is deeply suspicious of people sleeping on the wrong side of the bed, but Pooh’s just happy to be taking a nap with his mom.
Busy week ahead. I’ve finished the birthday present, so now it’s on to the Cozy Afternoon runner (well, after some mending–bleh). Birthday festivities are happening Thursday, then we’re off to Portland on Friday for another bike ride and another potluck.
Have a great week, everybody.