Still making do here at the rancho. It is not as hard as you would think...we've conserved water for so long, it's as though nothing is different!! The only thing I've changed is to capture the gray water from the washing machine during the rinse cycle to water my hanging plants. I've got spider plants and asparagus ferns from the 1980's. I do not want to lose those.
It was a four day work week due to the Labor Day holiday, and boy, was I ready for the weekend! LOL Old people get tired fast. I took part of yesterday as a "me" day and DH stayed with Dad. The annual yarn crawl was going on, so I took a little trip to two of my favorite shops. Ball and Skein and More is in Cambria and had a special guest. I found a few skeins that I just HAD TO HAVE. What a surprise. I am starting to collect special yarn for my shawl.
Then it was off to Yarns at the Adobe in San Luis Obispo. They had a "showcase" of the new yarns coming this fall...and a local artist who dyes and SPINS her own yarn. All of the wool is from Oregon, the alpaca from Peru...so beautiful. I picked up a couple a skeins. I love the fact that it was all done by hand...
I've worked a bit on my cross stitch project, but not enough for a picture.
As I was out and about yesterday, I stopped by and had my first Pumpkin Spice Frappacino of the season. Swoon...Even the picture makes my mouth water.
I wish each of you a beautiful Sunday. As I close, please remember to be kind to one another. There is so much hate and terror in the world. Each of us can make a difference.