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Sunday, January 13, 2019

It's Time For Fuzzy Socks And Hoodies

January 13, 2019

Good morning.  Wowsie!  Have you been noticing how much earlier daylight begins now and how much longer daylight lasts?  This is good!  The temperature, though, is not.  It is currently 14F degrees, and it isn't supposed to be getting out of the twenties today.  Brrrr!

Last night, I had to put on my new long fuzzy socks (thank you ever so much, Kyra) to keep my tootsies warm.  These are really cool.  They go up to my knees.

Even Pogo had to wear the hood on his Patriots hoodie.  No matter how he wears his clothes, he is just so handsome!  He spent the night sleeping under my blanket.   We kept each other toasty warm.

I finally got back to my crocheting last night, and it felt rather good.  I put the last few rows on the pink afghan.  Now I just have to work in a few ends and it's all done. 

I still have quite a bit of this pretty pink yarn left, so I'm thinking that I might make a shawl with it.  Unless, of course, I find some other interesting pattern.  Meanwhile, I'm working on the light yellow afghan.  I'll take a photo of this afghan to post tomorrow. 

This morning, I've been watching a program about missing children.  It's on the Evine channel  They show photos of the missing children and give information about them--name, date of birth, height, weight, area last seen and who last seen with.  It also features lots of teenagers who give tips on how to stay safe.  These kids also give lots of information on how to stay safe on the internet.  It's a very interesting program.

Earlier this morning, I watched Mike Burdock on Inspiration Campmeeting on ION channel.  I love listening to his sermons.  He has such a wonderful sense of humor and is quite musically talented.   You have to get up early though, to watch this program.  It comes on around 5 a.m.

Today I have another new quick page for you.  I'm not sure what to call this one.  It's sort of steam punk, and very different.  I hope you like it.  Have fun.

Here is your download link:

Now I'm off to do a bit of blog reading, plus Jewel School is on JTV (Jewelry channel) now so I'm going to be watching that.  So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.

Hugs, Edna B.


Theresa said...

OH MY GOODNESS, that's cold! I can certainly see why you need the long socks and POGO needs the hoodie:) Stay warm up there, it's not too cold here thankfully. Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

smiekeltje said...

Glad you like the fuzzy socks and that they keep your feet warm!
(I also have had your warm sock on at a time I couldn;t get warm feet and oh boy, they helped, thanks!)
am terribly late with my blog, so I hurry to put a little post down before I have to get to our dinner.
Warm hugs

Angelica Star said...

Thanks goodness we are at 53 degrees here in my small part of Surburban Houston. I grew up in North Louisiana and I can still remember the ice, sleet and snow and all the coldness. Keep Pogo warm with his hoodie. He's so cute with the hoodie on his head. My babies are wearing sweaters now, but I did pull their coats out of storage. They wore them maybe twice outside. Have a great cold Sunday. Spring will soon come your way. I am not rushing away winter here because our Spring and Summers are too hot.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Your socks look so warm and cozy, what a lovely gift.
Cold and wet in our Tennessee hills today, not as pretty to watch as falling snow, but much easier to get around in ...
Your little Yorkie is precious, I used to have Yorkies, they travelled from England with me 😁

Kathy said...

Those socks look so warm! My fuzzy socks only come up to my ankles. But something is better than nothing on these cold days. You are so much colder than we are. It is in the 20s in the morning and gets up to the 30s during the day. Everyone says to me that the days are getting longer. I don't see it. But I must be wrong about it. I hope Spring hurries up and comes quickly. Take care and stay warm my friend.