Friday, September 26, 2014

Celebrate The Small Things, September 26.

Today is the Celebrations blog hop by VikLit .  Come join us: the information is below. 

I am linking to a post for another hop I'm participating in.  It ties in well, since good books, for me, are a cause for celebration.  Useful books that turn out to be fascinating and enjoyable in addition to useful are even more so.

The link to my post is HERE

On the other front, as an off-again on-again knitter, there is a 'Yarn Crawl' in my corner of the world (where various stores open their doors in a cooperative effort, offering prizes and lots of things to see).    The weather is supposed to be lovely, some troublesome wiring in my house was fixed (lightning strike took out a main breaker, necessitating extension cords, tripping hazards and much complaining).  AND the electrician who came yesterday was delightful, amusing, had a nifty-sounding family, and was very capable.

What are you celebrating?

6 comments:

  1. Seems as if you have lots of small celebrations. Enjoy, especially the nice weather.

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  2. I'm not a knitter, but the Yarn Crawl sounds pretty cool for someone who is. I hope you enjoy yourself! Glad you were able to get your wiring stuff fixed...hate when those little things that we take for granted get all fudged up. Seriously, how did people manage just a couple hundred years ago?

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  3. That's so weird that a lightning strike took out only some of your electricity. At least you had extension cords to keep something going. And yay for humorous repairmen! :)

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  4. Hi Diana .. so pleased the electrics are fixed - always a worry .. cheers Hilary

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  5. My wife is a knitter. She recently completed a 3-year project: a gorgeous sweater.

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  6. When I was a kid, a lightning strike caused all sorts of problems with the wiring in my parents house. One entire wall didn't work, so we had to use extension cords all over the place. Glad you got it fixed!

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