I was having some Blogger issues today, hopefully they are all resolved now.
This is a photo that I like that was cut from the Indiana book. Ah well - there wasn't room for everything. For those of you in Indiana who asked why you couldn't buy it there yet, I know that there are orders shipping, although the only place I know that has it for sure is the Richmond/Wayne County Tourism office in Richmond.
Feel free to go into your local book or gift store and ask them to order it for you. Not that I am hinting or anything....not me....
Driving the National Road in Indiana ISBN 978-1-60145-098-2 by Mary Beth Temple
You can also get it via Amazon.com.
Anyway, on the knitting front - hey did I mention the knitting book manuscript was delivered on time? I did? Oh - never mind then. I made a pretty cool hat out of some Lopi leftovers for Dulaan. Pix as soon as I can get BB to pose. And I am crocheting away on the project that ate the living room for a very large yarn company who shall remain nameless - at least for now. I keep crocheting and crocheting and crocheting, and I don't think I am getting any closer to finished. Thankfully it is a pretty interesting pattern (if I do say so myself) so I am not getting bored.
I started an online class on business planning for freelancers that I am hoping will revolutionize my life. I have three articles to work on - one on antique chairs, one on quilting, and a home tour. I have to get started seriously on the log home book because that is a big project and due in July.
I bought myself a new toy today - a new fax/phone/color copier machine. I got it installed, now all I want to do is play with it and make copies just because I can. My last fax, may it rest in peace, was made in 1996 and had huge toner cartridges that they don't make any more. It creaked and was huge and barely worked, so this new baby is greatly appreciated.
Off to hit publish and hope for the best -