here. It didn't take very long and was fun to make. Linda made Duane a gorgeous shawl from a beautiful variegated yarn. I know it took her awhile to make it and she did a fabulous job. She also made a shawl for me for Christmas. Mine was knit from a very fine black yarn with a thread of gold running through it. It's so delicate that it can also serve as a scarf. I love it.
it was fun to go. We were both pooped after making our way through
every booth including some extra ones located on the second level of
the venue where it was held. We stopped for a treat at a bakery Linda
knew about nearby and that was definitely worth it.
I've finished watching all of season 3 (unedited episodes) of 'Downton Abbey' from a website my friend Shirley sent to me. Got my fix but I'm already jonesing for series 4. I'm actually glad I already knew about the sad parts beforehand. Spoilers don't bother me and I was prepared. While watching the episodes I began working on this year's Valentine goodies for my three young nieces. I'm knitting instead of crocheting and will post later on with pics and the pattern when I have more accomplished.
And, finally, I've begun another solo for LibriVox to work on besides my paid work. It's "an adventure story for girls" and is called The Secret Mark by Roy J. Snell. This author was a prolific writer of books for boys and girls. Besides his "adventure" stories for girls he also wrote a series of "mystery stories for boys" along with "The Radio-Phone Boys' Series." I'll be sure to post here when it's been uploaded to LibriVox. Have to squeeze in dinner and a shower before the season premiere of 'Girls' tonight on HBO. Been looking forward to this show, too!