Farmers deal with unpredictability on a very regular basis. Just when we think everything is going swell, somethings slams you to wake you up to the reality that we are never in control - of our animals, the weather, the equipment. Stuff happens all the time and as I have said many times, we go with the flow. No need to be a control freak because I would have a nervous breakdown every day.
Today it is the first sales day for my new book 50 Sunflowers to Knit, Crochet and Felt. I was going to celebrate by going down to Webs to say hi to June Hiatt the author of the massive knitting tome - The Principles of Knitting.
Instead I stayed here and I am watching the snow come down at a crazy rate.
On book news, there is an interview over on the Classic Elite Blog along with a giveaway of my new book and my yarn Color by Kristin. Check it out here. I'll give you all a heads-up that there is also a free pattern link on their right sidebar.
|Winston cleaning off his toes|
You can order the book - signed by me - on my website here. If you want it inscribed to someone in particular, please add a note in the section for special instrux. Otherwise I will sign it generically. As always, my family and I thank you all for your support of our lives here on our farm.