I’m ready for Santa to do his thing. And I feel a lot better now that I’ve given myself this present!
This little KR project has been so much fun. I sent some yarn to Jayme — it wasn’t too hard to plunge my arm down into my sock yarn stash and come up with something I thought she might like. It was Lorna’s Laces in the “Bucks Bar” color.
We had another, heavier snowfall on Monday night. It was very cold and windy yesterday afternoon, and my fingers nearly froze when I got out of the car to take this picture of Noyac Bay:
Those waves are wind-driven. It was bracing, I tell you, absolutely bracing. I could hardly breathe, but I stayed there long enough to turn around and get this:
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I am so fortunate to live in a place like this. This particular place, Long Beach, is on the way to Sag Harbor and my PO box. Every single time I drive by this spot I am grateful — for the extraordinary character of the ever-changing light, for the sweeping curve of the rocky shoreline, for the beautiful colors of the water and the sky. I am always wishing I had my camera with me. Yesterday afternoon I did.