First, let me apologize for my lack of entries as of late. Between the teachers being on strike here, the kids being out of school, dance photos and recitals, and the oodles of things life has had in store for us the last month, I just haven't had enough juice at the end of the day to blog as I would like. Things are settling down now, tough, so things should be back to as normal as they ever are.
I had an exciting day I'd like to share about though. The internet allows us the ability to interact with people from all over the world. It is fabulous! As wonderful as online interactions are, there is simply no substitute for the real thing. Today, I was lucky enough to have tea with Anne of Crochet Between Two Worlds who is in the Vancouver area on holidays! I came across her blog (which she shares with her friend, Michelle) while reading comments on Attic24 one day, and it quickly became a favourite of mine!
I was a little nervous at first. I was wondering on my way there "What if we can't find anything to talk about?" That was a not a problem at all! Anne, my hubby and I sat out on the patio at Thierry Chocolates on a gorgeous Vancouver afternoon and happily chatted away about this, that, and the other. Since Lucy of Attic24 just released the pattern for her bower bird (hooray!) a couple of days ago, I thought that I would make one up for her to take back to Germany with her. She turned out rather cute for being done in such a rush (I honestly just started it last night and finished it today)! I'll be the first to admit that I am rubbish at embroidery, but I gave it a wingding nonetheless.
All too soon, our time was over, past over actually as our parking had expired. We had left the children with Grandma and Grandpa, and since Grandpa is having surgery tomorrow, we didn't want him to over do anything today. It was a wonderful visit, and I look forward to some day visiting Anne while we wander around Europe. I'm so happy that crochet has brought a wonderful new friend into my life! Thanks, for a wonderful day, Anne!