I’ll be honest, I don’t have much to write about at this time.  I haven’t taken any new photos in the last two weeks (well, I did, but they’re still in RAW and unedited, sleeping in my memory card). I’m busy as can be at work and my little athletes are going on strong.  Arenas and gymnasiums are where I hang out. It’s either freezing cold or steaming hot.  Mostly, these days, you’ll find me knitting, crafting or reading.  I have knitted myself a new cowl/hoodie combo and might just knit a couple more to give as Christmas presents.  I’ve also made bookmarks with some of my work, a weekend crafting project that turned out really nice 🙂  Oh!  And that book, The storied life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin was such a lovely read.  Short, sweet and beautiful.  Now, I’ve started reading the Inspector Montalbano series by Andrea Camilleri, so far so good!

We also have plans for this blog circle, day and schedule of posting might change, as well as the formula, we’re still debating on how it’s going to turn out for 2015.  So, stay posted.

I’ve decided not to host a Twelve Days of Christmas this year, as it’s way too much work for the traffic it generates, sorry guys!  I’m also too busy at my day job to find time to create so many new resources.

In short, all’s good.  Quiet, but good.

I’ll leave you with this quote to go along one of my recent photos, and don’t forget to visit the next blog in the circle, by clicking on the Sisterhood Button.  Yes, that’s new.  Part of the changes we have in mind…

We all wear masks, and the time comes when we cannot remove them without removing some of our own skin. ~ Andre Berthiaume

Carnival mask