Friday, January 8, 2016

2016 week one

The last month of 2015 just flew by it seems . Like everyone in blog land I was busy getting ready for the festivities , so much so that blogging got lost in all the hustle and bustle . We had a beautiful Christmas spent with family and visits by and to friends . That time just flew by too and now we already have one week done in the new year . I like the calm after the storm of the holidays . I find that it is a time for reflection . Having come though a really difficult 2015 my hopes and intentions for 2016 are simple , live each day fully and focus on the positive and let go the negative . Trite but true , life IS too short .

Lately I have been cursed with a case of startitis . Currently I am working on socks and a hat for my friend Valerie . I have more than a couple of other knits that are languishing in the knitting basket . Hopefully that can be remedied soon and I will get more of them off the needles .

I have also been trying to get back in shape by watching my calories and walking more . Watching the calories is the most difficult of the two as we still have cookies and sweets left from Christmas , even with sharing them with family and friends . The lesson for next Christmas is to cut down on the baking .

Well that's it for today , better get cracking on my supper . I am having Jessey and Stella over so that mom and dad can have a date night . Early tomorrow Jessey has a hockey game and Stella has dance class . I'm hoping that they will both go to bed early so I can get my beauty sleep , lol .

Wishing you all the best for 2016 and have a wonderful weekend !

5 comments:

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Startitis always hits me after the holidays!

Monika said...

Happy New Year!

Minding My Own Stitches said...

Happy New Year! Love the sock yarn! This year we avoided most of the temptation by bagging almost all the treats and freezing them. That way we can have a little treat once a week from the freezer without overdoing :)

Good luck with the resolutions!

Dee said...

I think the pattern you are using on the hat is the same I am using on Stephen's socks. It looks so pretty in white.

Happy New Year ... a little late.

kathy b said...

Your sock yarn is very fun. I simply cannot have baked goods in the house as I try to lose another 12 lbs. I have no way to resist them.....