At any rate, I'm making a sweater for the iPod.
You may recall the gardens of the past couple of years, which were rented space in a churchyard. I'd always wanted a garden like the one when I was growing up (when I did not appreciate the fresh tomatoes). This year I decided to skip the community garden plot, but I did buy the biggest tomato plant I could find at the Farmer's Market last Saturday.
I also purchased a stand for the balcony garden and some herbs. Here you can see it with gifted petunias and spider plant. Saturday was so cold and windy I didn't get anything else. Maybe next weekend it will be nice enough out that I'll add more.
I volunteered for the Knitters' Guild at Shepherd's Harvest on Sunday. Didn't take any pictures (not sure why) and I did not buy yarn (so proud of myself) but I did come away with amaretto fudge and a pair of black sheep earrings. I was always, and I guess I continue to be, the black sheep of the family.
At some point last winter (or maybe it was during The Spring That Never Came) I found a pair of Carlos Santana sandals online. Not kidding. They are so retro I love them. No doubt I had a similar pair during the 1970s (although I wouldn't remember the details since my 1970s memory is missing a few pieces).