A good start

A good start to the Fall/Winter season has happened. The strictly Halloween decorations have been put away, leaving behind an Autumn look inside the house. Outside the house has been delightfully different. This has been the view from my balcony the past few days:

I hope we get a lot more this season. The snow is so beautiful and one of the things that I love best about Utah. During this lovely weather, I have been hardly working hard at work on the seasonal knitting. Good starts have been made on several things.

Mom’s socks.  Either I haven’t had enough sleep or the sock and needles look kinda like a moose. Keaton isn’t any more impressed now than he was earlier.

A few scarves are on the needles.

And a little something for me although I suspect they won’t get finished in time for me to enjoy them. Still, it’s nice to think I am knitting something for myself.

The quilting/sewing things have all been put away in the basement since it was determined that the sewing machine that I thought belonged to the family was determined to belong to a daughter that no longer lives with me. She took it home with her and I just can’t make myself spend the money on a machine for myself right now. Maybe later when my budget starts to look a little less scary. For now, I’ve got a lot to knit!