I’m very late with this post today. I usually do it on Friday nights, but this week I had a date with my husband, and I didn’t think he’d want to be stood up on our 21st anniversary so that I could get a blog post out in time 😉
This week was plenty busy and plenty relaxing all at the same time. We had Easter with my in-laws, a walking/shopping trip through Princeton with my parents, the aforementioned anniversary, and in the downtime lots of crochet. I went a little overboard maybe with the in-progress crochet instagramming this week, so be prepared for a lot of pictures!
Speaning of crochet, I think I know how I’m going to spend the rest of my Saturday afternoon… I have a coffee-table-size mandala to complete!
So, what is This Week in Pictures?
Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…
365: 2016 86/366 – The grass is starting to turn from brown to green, and I’ve seen a handful of new flowers in the yard today. It’s a great day for a new mp3 cd for the car!
365: 2016 87/366 – As of Easter Sunday, I think Aidan has introduced the GeoGuess app to our entire family. This time when the game set him down somewhere in Ireland, it was handy to have a couple of experts in the room 🙂 [Taken with my phone at Neil’s parents’ house.]
365: 2016 88/366 – I’m a little embarassed to tell you how much of my Monday has been spent in this room, hanging out on the bed, sipping warm drinks and crocheting…
365: 2016 89/366 – After yesterday, I knew I had to be at least a little bit productive. I vacuumed and broke down the enormous pile of cardboard boxes that were next to the front door. I feel better now!
365: 2016 90/366 – What a gorgeous day for a road trip! Aidan, my parents, and I spent it walking around downtown Princeton. [Taken in Princeton, NJ.]
365: 2016 91/366 – The Granny Square Sampler is complete, and now living in the back seat of the car where it belongs. Yay! Blogged: www.lisaclarke.net/2016/03/31/granny-square-sampler-compl…
365: 2016 92/366 – We spent an awful lot of our anniversary sitting in the car waiting for the heavy rain to pause enough for us to run into one place or another. We usually get Indian food, but we did that last week, so for this anniversary (our 21st) we went Mexican instead.[Taken with my phone in the Casa Maya parking lot.]
I may already have plans to blog about some of these things in greater detail over the coming week, but be sure to leave a comment if there’s something in particular you want to know about!