The robin's nest in the back yard is now gone. There were babies:
The mother robin was really mad at me for taking this picture. She chased Paulette all the way up our driveway to the front of the house.
I transferred to a new job. I am now the coordinator of Interlibrary Loan in Polk Library. I worked in Polk for a long time before transferring around at the University. I feel like I am home now. I missed the library.
I went to the Wisconsin Democratic Party convention early in June. Here's me knitting there:
I finished the tank top I was knitting:
It turned out really nice, but it was a very boring knit.
I have started a new shawl:
It's the Crocus Pocus shawl, which has really a lot of beads. I am using Sea silk yarn and size 8 hex beads. I am about 40 percent done right now.
We've really done a lot of work in the yard.
We planted a flowering crab tree to replace the ugly box elder.
Paulette made a hosta garden.
The garden in front of the house is getting really lovely now.
My birthday was last week Tuesday. It was fun. Paulette and I went to Madison shopping and out to lunch. I bought yarn at the Sow's Ear in Verona.
Here are pictures from Independence Day weekend:
Here is my family waiting for the parade in Sheboygan to start.
Here is a picture of me, with my niece and my sister making faces in the background. Gotta love your family.
Here is a nice picture of my sister Lora and my niece Melissa/
Here's me using Scott Walker literature as firestarter:
More firestarter, in the form of a Republican Party sign up form:
Yet more firestarter. This is Tea Party literature:
Paulette burning a marshmallow:
Beth roasting a marshmallow:
S'more made with a strawberry marshmallow and a fudge stripe cookie:
And last, but not least, here's a picture of me and my sweet Churchill: