We got our first snow in Maryland, and it was quite a pretty one! My dear friend Vicki and I had made plans earlier in the week to go over to Takoma Park to attend a free yoga class taught by our friend Kath. We all graduated from the teacher training program together, and now we are able to attend each others’ classes. It is a joy! As Vicki and I drove down towards the city, the snow flakes grew in size – like cotton balls falling from the sky. It was lovely!
We grabbed some breakfast at a local diner, and had a little time to spare before we went to yoga – so Vicki and I pulled out our knitting. She just took up knitting and she is learning so fast! Such even gauge and stitches! I told her she would be knitting sweaters in no time
…as Vicki worked on her lovely Noro scarf, I worked on (surprise!) Olympics sweater sleeves… lots of progress to show on that front, so more later…
In the meantime, as a celebration of my first snow day this winter, I wanted to do a little contest: Tell me your favorite snowy memory and have a chance at this prize:
Classic Elite 9103: Snow Day pattern booklet – sweaters, cardigans, vests, hats, scarves! all to keep you warm and toasty on your own snow days! (You can see all the patterns inside here)
So, tell me a story about your snow-covered memories: building a snowman, sledding, ice skating, snowball fight – anything! I would love to hear! …and then you have a chance to win!