I started another twisted trivet because I really wanted to see one done up in orange and cream. However, with the warm weather, I'm finding it extremely hard to work with yarn. My hands are moving slower and my mind keeps wondering to things like spring skirts and gathering aprons...I believe I maybe putting the hooks away soon and dusting off the sewing machine.
When in the library a few days ago, I was drawn to the book cover of For Everything a Season. As it turns out, it's a very delightful read. It is written by Phillip Gulley, a Quaker minister who lives in Indiana. In the book, Mr. Gulley recounts humorous stories from his life in a small town that depict the different seasons of life as written in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. His stories are very heartwarming and really renew my appreciation for the characters in my life.
Check out Ginny's blog Small Things for more good reads and yarny projects.