Thursday, June 4, 2009

Ketchup in Tennessee

This is Youngest Grandson. He's two and a half. Kinda cute, huh? I think that's oatmeal on his temple.
This is big sock for Third Son. Toe up, using Judy's Magic Cast On. Two strands of sock yarn, size five needles. Fourty-eight stitch cast on. My first ever short row heel. Not perfect, but good enough for a work sock.
We haven't been doing much of anything...just hanging out. Son and DIL still going to work. They generally work opposite shifts so someone is here most of the time. Youngest Son and I got adventerous and took the car. We promptly got lost but it's such a small place it doesn't matter.


  1. Grandson looks so precious. I enjoy seeing a picture because, of course, we've known each other since both our

  2. Working opposite shifts for the last 21 years has been a great blessing to our kids. IT takes its toll on the parents......thank goodness for relatives.

    I am offically finished working opppsite shifts as of TODAY. My 18 year old graduates HS on Sunday. Rehearsal is today. I hope they can keeep it up. It is very difficult.

    Baby is adorable. Sock is sooo cute.

  3. Grandson is a doll! Glad you are having a good time.



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