I finally reached the point of placing beads on my shawl. The first round went well and I am ready for round two. It is a very subtle addition but fun.
I am re-reading my Shetland magazines, thinking about what to pack, and dreaming of being out of cell phone range for almost 3 weeks!
This week is getting filled with those kind of tasks that you would rather would hand over to someone else but there is a long weekend coming up so . . .
Thanks Kat for hosting us each week.
Someone flipped the switch and we went from winter to summer in the blink of an eye. Seriously, no time to shift. My weekend included hunting down some sunglasses and sunscreen, chicken salad with grapes, my first iced coffee of the season, and a lovely hike on a very hilly trail. In 6 weeks we will begin our Grand Shetland Adventure and there will be a lot of walking. I’m pretty sure I am up to it but just to make sure, I am planning a longer hike each week. I do know that I must get some different socks to wear with my hiking boots.
Hope you had a lovely weekend too.
I am happy to say that there was no yarn unraveling in the last week. Believe me, there is plenty of unraveling in the rest of my life. I did get one more donation hat finished. I will pick up a few more this week and get the delivered on Saturday. I am planning to start doing longer walks on the Pipeline Trail over the next 6 weeks to get my hiking boots ready for our Grand Shetland Adventure this summer.
I printed my Summer Bingo card so now it is time to see wher the books on my TBR list will fit. Visit Mary to get your own card. I just finished listening to Lily and the Octopus, another great audio book option.
Thank you for the great ideas for adding cinnamon to my beverages. I tried Lori’s idea and have been very happy with the cinnamon in my smoothie idea. I am going to try sprinkling some cinnamon on my coffee grounds when I use my Moka. It sounds like a grand idea.
Thanks again to Kat for hosting Unraveled Wednesdays.
I have read that cinnamon can help stabilize blood sugar. Okay. I’ll try it.
My first attempt at adding cinnamon to my coffee was less than successful. Apparently, cinnamon does not dissolve. In fact, it gets kind of gooey, almost gelatinous. Weird. Next I tried putting it into my Ninja blender with a bit of milk and coconut oil. That was much better. But also more work. This weekend I settled on adding a bit of coconut oil and cinnamon to the cup and then adding my coffee. I think that will work.
I have been sprinkling cinnamon on sliced apples for a snack or toppping a piece of toast with coconut butter and cinnamon. Last night I added cinnamon to my yogurt – yum! I don’t eat oatmeal but I hear that cinnamon on top of cooked oats is good. I bought some cinnamon sticks and plan to leave one in my cup of tea or even just warm water. That seems a good option for work.
Any other ideas?