Tuesday, 4 August 2009

When I was a little girl

When I was a little girl I believed that the reason we had summer holidays from school was so we could get watered, and could grow, ready for September. There's many reasons for this crackpot belief, but six weeks of solid rain was the biggest. Joy of joys, it looks like my children get one of these summers too.
We're making an effort to wrap them up in their waterproofs and get out, but darn it, it's miserable (and Vancouverians, you aren't helping.)
What this does mean is that I've had knitting time- and even crochet time. Unfortunately, I've also lost the camera cable, so I can't show you what I've been working on. I did remember to take a picture before posting it off, though. This is what happens when you have four kids stuck in the house for large amounts of time. They make a mess. Lots of it. So, this is really a quick post to make me feel less bad about neglecting the blog, and to moan about the weather- that most English of topics.

1 comment:

  1. We've had such a wet summer too, except the children underfoot are hindering, rather than helping with the knitting. But the rain here is kind of a treat, most summers here are hot and so dry.



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