It was a fun filled day of yarn fibery goodness. My friend Christine came in from Boston. We were both practically hyperventilating by the time we pulled in to the parking lot. It was a great weekend! Here are a few pictures taken mostly on Sunday.
For the last 36 hours it’s been snowing in the Washington Metro Area. We’ve accumulated somewhere between 20-30 inches depending on where you live. It’s probably around 20-24 here in Upper Marlboro. The city has come to a virtual stand still, much like it did in 2003. That’s the last big snow I remember inContinue reading “Snowed In”
It’s snowing in Maryland. The storm of the century perhaps. It started this morning around 10:35 am in Largo. At least that’s when I saw the first flurry from my office window. It really didn’t start coming down steady until about noon. We were prepared to treat all 130 something patients at the facility today. Continue reading “Bread, Milk and….BACON?”
Our little town, Upper Marlboro is a small little town with a Main Street, an Elm Street and a Water Street. Today we had no doubt how Water Street got it’s name. Unfortunately, it’s still kind of rainy and there is still some snow to melt.
Also known as the Maryland Renaissance Festival. It happens every year from the end of August, every weekend through October. I have been many times, but haven’t been in several years. I couldn’t wait to get there and taste some yummy Hard Cider. Heather and I met my friends Dave and Olga, and two ofContinue reading “Party in the Woods”
Today I spent the afternoon geocaching with my sister and nephew in Upper Marlboro. Zachary had been sick for the past two days so we weren’t sure how much caching we’d get in, but we set off to see what we could accomplish. When I was compiling the list of caches to visit, I cameContinue reading “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad”