This weekend was filled with quiet time since I broke my phone, and it was filled with good flicks, like The Last King of Scotland and Gonzo the documentary about Hunter S. Thompson. I also watched a documentary on Thomas Jefferson from PBS on Netflix that I found very interesting, despite its 3-hour length.
In the meantime, Herbie slept - a lot. I made a scarf for my niece, Ansley, whom I will see whenever I decide to vacation in Charleston. It will last her for years, which is my justification in making a scarf in the spring in Alabama. I also finished my potholder project and made Davonna's last potholder. I have other things to finish, and I will finish them as inspiration hits me. It's bound to hit at some point.
I also met my Turkish neighbor who has the most adorable Shar Pei named Freud. He was very nice to chat with, and I just wanted to snuggle with his dog. Lucky for me, I have Herbie who lets me snuggle him at whim.
This is what Freud looks like, only he has a very brown nose, and his fur looks a little redder in the sun. He was completely cute and so excited to see Herbie. Herbie's lack of interest amused me a little.
I had a blast seeing friends this weekend at Bliss's place for Will's birthday, but I completely forgot to take pictures. I was going to upload pictures this weekend, but my computer refused - respectfully. Either way, know that I did craft this weekend and got fresh air and lots of rest. Life. Is. Good.