We watched for quite sometime and I truly wished that I had my bigger camera and not just my little point and shoot. However, handling four dogs and shooting pictures doesn't always work well together. So the point and shoot it was, especially since I had to clean it's lens
Even with the ice rotting, and melting away, the day was beautiful.
It seems we hear the woodpeckers every day. If they aren't calling and laughing in the trees, you can hear them searching for food. I never realized how much it sounds like grouse mating until a couple times I thought it was until I realized we aren't in grouse territory. I'm sure there's a species or two around, but not that we've seen yet.
Clever Ewe modeled it for me.
So, let's discuss the yarn store I'm working at. I asked Sally the owner yesterday if it was okay to speak of it here. I like to make sure the boss knows what I'm doing before I put the product of their handwork on my blog. The good thing is, she said yes.
I won't even show you the stock rooms. Another employee asked me how in other yarn stores I have worked we had handled storing and refreshing form back stock. I kind of looked at her and tried to be sly as I said, "Back stock? See this room here? That's how big both stores were. They didn't have a lot of back stock, or any place to put it." She seemed surprised.
Long story short, it's a great store. It's a big store. It has a lot of stock and I am still learning what all we have. In fact, I will be learning for some time what all we have because it's a lot. I think I'm loving it.
All right, we need to get the kids out for another romp and find dinner for us before I go into a sugar slump and punch my computer to try and strangle someone high up at google. Yeah yeah, a hungry man's an angry man.