Anyhoo, Sedona was fabulous, but I haven't yet offloaded and sorted through all the pictures. Later this week -- I promise.
In knitting news, I finished the sample socks for Anastasia and shipped them off to Kollage. I'm not as thrilled with them as I'd like to be -- oh, the pattern is great and the yarn is wonderful; I'm just not sure how thrilled I am with my execution this time. Oh well.
Pattern: Herringbone Rib Socks, designed by Anastasia for Kollage Yarns -- not yet available
Yarn: Kollage Yarns Luscious in colorway Pewter, 3 hanks
Needle: Addi Turbo 2.25mm 40"
Mods: Aside from pattern errors, none
I do like the pattern, a lot. It's designed for a guy, and it's very simple and guy friendly. The rib pattern takes a few rounds to get going, but it's intuitive from there on. And, of course, living in Tucson, I love me a great wool-less cotton sock yarn.
Oh, and a couple more Ss:
S is for Seuss
S is for Sanctuary
It is a lovely, tranquil place with breathtaking views and a great little multi-faith chapel. Behind the chapel is an outside sanctuary which faces due east and hosts a sunrise service every Easter. So, some pictures of a hidden gem (and the beautiful landscape that surrounds me every day). Of course, you can embiggen (a Wendy-ism) them with a click.