After the first act, I heard her say, "It's finally over." I guess time is different when you're just five. I think she enjoyed the second act more when there was more dancing.
I have lots of projects in progress as deadlines for mailing approach. (Someday I'll learn to start sooner, right?) Here's one Fairy Scarf; I still have another one to finish. I bought two kits in Cannon Beach. Each kit came with some yarn (I added some), the trim, and a little booklet. And my little fairy seems to approve!
My other finishes are two dishcloths. one a much-used pattern and the other a new one.
This one is made from a never-ending ball of yarn! Both look less wonky in real life, and both are destined to be dishcloths.
While it regularly blooms at Thanksgiving, this Christmas cactus was beautiful last month. I rescued it years ago before we moved to Washington, and once I moved it to a sunny location it's never failed to bloom each year, just not at Christmas.
This one is relatively young and is in full bloom right now.
I probably won't be posting again until after Christmas so as not to spoil any surprises. However, if you wish to tune in on Sunday to our choir performance, you can watch us live here at either 9 or 11 AM Pacific Standard Time. Best wishes for a wonderful holiday!