Dropping Off

IMG_1967Canada geese at Crescent Beach, just before a massive rain storm.

Sometimes, as a friend wrote, the world loses a bit of its colour. Amazing how everyday life continues though. The last few weeks have been like a retreat at the Abbey. When the bell rings you go on to the next thing. What is important, the schedule teaches, is that you drop the one thing and move onto the next thing. Or I guess better put, let go and move onto the next. I am not sure I understand this letting go business entirely. All I know is that we don’t get to pick and choose what we let go of.

Colour is still very present though.


A young eagle, also from Crescent Beach, though a different day. This is a good time of year to see the eagles. We spotted more than a dozen on one of our trips to the beach.

And because this is ostensibly a knitting/fibre blog:

Socks. Lots of socks. Good old Lion Brand and my favourite, good old Kroy. Socks and socks and socks!


4 thoughts on “Dropping Off

  1. Megan March 10, 2014 / 3:35 am

    The socks look to me like a lovely mess of salad and the needles, for tossing. Strange thought, I know 🙂

    • warpandwoofknitting March 10, 2014 / 4:19 pm

      Not so strange! It is hard to take interesting shots of socks, so if that stimulated your imagination, well great!

  2. Carole March 10, 2014 / 3:09 pm

    So glad you are back. I have missed your weekly thoughts. Love

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