Friday, 13 March 2009

Coming out

Wow, I have a busy weekend in front of me. Tomorrow I have a morning of yoga in the village hall. I haven't been to yoga since last summer, our Friday morning class fizzled out as numbers dropped and I didn't commit to another class because basically I'm a bit lazy. Although I've been studying yoga for more than 30 years, I haven't done much apart from the odd dog pose or occasional stretch for some time. So I've asked Julie, our teacher, to be gentle with me, I'm sure she will be.
Sunday I'm off into town to meet the girls for lunch and visit the Jean Muir exhibition, cancelled from last week. Things had better work out this time because its the last day of the exhibition.Meantime I've finished the first pair of what I've decided to call my put together socks, knitted from left overs I think these have worked out well. They are actually a bit small for my size five feet but there was a limited amount of yarn so they can go into the gift department for now. Some of the other wool I have left doesn't match up quite so well but will still make socks even if they are a bit garish.
Thats all, enjoy your weekend whatever you are doing.


  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier today. You do a wonderful job of knitting. I never was able to master that craft. They did try teaching it to me in 4-H when I was a kid. I was the only left hander in the class and I everything was backward for me.I guess I need a leftie to teach me.

  2. Yoga for 30 years! Then you can answer my burning question of how my back should be when I'm doing a shoulder pose.. In a neutral position or straight? I am doing student yoga on the cheap, the class is massive and the teacher never gets around to correcting anyone. Hope the class went well for you!

  3. I can't stop amazing me how you do socks so well.
    I couldn't.