Driving home tonight, the biggest moon appeared over the hills on my left. As flash-brief glimpses kept catching my eye, I almost stopped the car to look but without a safe place to pull off, I drove on.
Chilled through but feeling amazingly elated, we returned home. Youngest set up the telescope through his window and watched the moon, taking more photos.
I curled up on the settee with my knitting.
The fire is crackling away, the cats have relaxed in the warm room and resemble lumps of molten fur.
Continuing my Wovember inspired postings - I have just started a knitted bauble as part of the Shetland Wool Week's Chrimbly celebrations. I am knitting a bauble to help decorate their famous Lerwick Chrimbly tree. The organisers are looking for any knitters, crocheters, weavers and felters to take part - if you are interested or even just a little curious have a look at their website HERE.
And I am knitting it fairisle style!! Woo hoo - happy me, little bite sized knitting bits of fairisle yummyness - **happy**happy** :)