Monday, February 27, 2012

Lil'l Dust On The Wheels

The cookies are gone...everyone said  "yum" before they even finished chewing...

I'd say that recipe is a do over...and over...and over.

We spent Saturday going for a drive.....out to Joshua Tree National Park

away from the concrete and traffic.....

the out of town relatives enjoyed the warm southern california weather....

a day likes this reminds me why it's such a great place to live here...

I've seen a few photos from the red carpet walker from the Oscars.....she looked great

I'm waiting for her to call and give me details on the A listers...she sat four rows back from the stage...

That's closer than Brad and Angie....

When I hear the details...I'll pass them along to you.





Enjoy your day...I'm pondering what to knit with this....I've cast on a sweater....before the end of the month....it's the February Lady pattern free on Ravelry....I thought if I started in February  -
hopefully I'll complete it before next February...try the cookie recipe, I think you'l like them

5 comments:

opportunityknits said...

The fab pics are like from some movie - where you live is really a great place! It's the only part of US that I have been to, and I felt 'at home' :)

JuJu said...

What lovely photos! Although, the one makes me feel rather thirsty. I love that tree, what is it?

I'd like a big comfy sweater please. Extra on the comfy.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Excellent photos!!! Love the view of the Jeep on the old dusty desert roads in Joshua Tree (then again, I'm biased). Definitely a do-over... fun times and good memories!

a view from a brown dog said...

Sounds like a great and yummy kind of day. I knit the Feb sweater a few years ago and LOVE it. I wear it all the time and am thinking about busting out another, of course in a different color. I was thinking the other day that one cannot have to many sweaters, right...:) Besides the Feb sweater really is good, all year long. What color are you doing yours in? ohhhh i know you will love it too, the pattern is easy. have fun!

sherri s. said...

Love the Joshua Tree pix and the yarn pix--so yummy, I'd like to dive right in!