I think I did mention that I was really sick. (As Bruce said last night, my illness has been well documented by now. I have been a little whiny.)
Anyway, didn't buy any yarn. I just didn't see anything that grabbed me. Also, we're on a tight budget right now due to the quitting of job/starting up a writing career thing for me.
So here are some pictures of pretty fall foliage and animals from the festival:
That's Georgia playing with the leaves. Urban Muser got a picture of my favorite red trees from the festival grounds, which you can see on her post here.
Some llamas (I think) with their long silky fur blowing poetically in the wind. They were ridiculously gorgeous (and pampered) animals. They knew it, too.
And below, some babydoll sheep. They were so stinkin cute.
In other news, Georgia got a bike from her auntie Jen this past weekend for her birthday. Georgia is THRILLED.
Finally, I have photographic evidence that the cats have been snuggling with each other. They're cute, aren't they?
Yes, Bagheera (big kitty) does pull down knitted things from the back of the couch and nest in them. She is also a yarn snob. Refuses to have anything to do with acrylic.
And yes, am still knitting. Almost done with the Dierdre, that will probably happen at some point this evening. Working on Ryan's cowl. A friend bought me some yarn at Rhinebeck (Malabrigo Rios in Archangel) to make a sweater for her granddaughter. I think I'll probably make a tea leaves cardigan for her little one out of it. (Yes, also met up with my friend Jen and Joey's parents at the festival. It was awesome. They are fabulous peoples).
I am feeling better. Fingers crossed that will continue.