Hi there. I want to thank you for leaving your personal impressions on my kitchen rack post. Your sunshine made my heart warm. I am glad I finally got that thing wiped down and filled up. That was a few boxes of unpacked items taken care of.
Also, mahalo plenty for your supporting hugs on the school assignments post. I am such a stickler for being on time so imagining how it’d be running around before I have hands on experience is stressful. The dames are enrolled in childcare for a bit after school. It was our only option. Princess Cupcake has to go for a bit in the morning as well since traffic is heavier after 8 a.m. My sanity is in tack. While I am used to picking up my girls in person and connecting with their teachers, I am a bit bummed this has changed but I am glad my daughters have a chance to socialize with others at the programs.
Today after my morning run I caught up on my Bloglovin’ feed. Tracey of Clover’s latest post spoke out to me. I learned sock donations are sparse in the homeless shelters. I was surprised at that but can see how that particular item could be overlooked. I have been itching to have another go at socks since my last project was frogged. I drool every time seeing the many sock projects you have been knitting. So Tracey’s call for help is my excuse to cast on another project.
I do feel a bit guilty as three or four WIPs have been languishing away in their bags. However, I’m happy to be getting a fix to this itch and it feels good that I have this opportunity to do something selfless.
You know it is through the power of you that we crafters are motivated and inspired to try new things such as blogging or new techniques. It is also through the power of you that we represent in impressive numbers to charity organizations around the world. Will you answer Tracey’s call?