Stress Relief Comes From the Repetitive Motion of Weaving
I'm no expert on tweed, but this Kathmandu Aran is delicious. 85% wool, 10% silk, 5% cashmere. Sorry Hila. (hee hee!) Green is such a tricky color to photograph, so take my word for it. The color is soft without being too minty or too sagey. I love it.
My future distowels! Again, the green doesn't look all that distinctive, and I am not sure about how they work together. (The green on the left is more sage/gray, the cones on the right are more mint).
After some tips from my pal Judy, I decided to have a go at the last bit of the gamp. The end is in sight!
It seems that way for my terrace, too. But of course, the end is never in sight for this project.
A week ago the drain outside (remember all the debris and equipment that was dumped for months on end?) finally flooded the terrace so badly it flooded right into our apartment. The floor is buckling along the whole length of our living room. They need to rip out our entire living room floor and glue on new wood, different floor from the other two rooms in our apartment, of course. And the broken window? Still not fixed.
We've called. We've been nice. We've been not nice. We have a number for a lawyer.
Have I mentioned that I'm pregnant and getting married in two months?
Labels: Terrace Tragedy '06