So it’s Friday and it’s been a busy week. The first half showed a large improvement in my health and I finished projects I’d been working on and started others that had only taken form in my head. I wanted to share with you some of the important things from this week in a series I hope to do weekly. Here are some links to items you should pay attention to, two things I liked, and one love for the week of August 20, 2012.
- Skreened– Check out this custom apparel company. It’s part of a new project I’m working on and if you look hard enough you just might get a look into what I’ve been doing this week. Eventually this will be some shameless self promotion that I will write more extensively on later.
- Geek and Sundry– This is a seriously awesome YouTube channel featuring the best in “indie geek culture.” The hubs and I have seriously enjoyed watching Table Top together which is Wil Wheaton and guests playing board games, and Ryan always checks up on Felicia Day’s weekly Flog.
Yarn– Last week I had the occasion to buy new and exciting yarn after meeting and agreeing to test knit a pattern for The Intinerant Knitter. I spent the week working with Malabrigo Silky Merino and it is absolutely wonderful. The color is amazing and it is an absolute dream to knit. Silky Merino a DK weight blend of, as the name states, silk and merino merino wool.
- The Weather– The weather this week was absolutely blissful. After months of scorching heat, making me and everyone else miserable, I’ve enjoyed several days of sunny comfortable weather, and nights cool enough for two blankets.
When I was a little girl I would listen to the Phillies games on the radio with my Grammy Bea, and my best friend in elementary school was a bit Mets fan. I never really gave baseball much thought in high school and college, but upon moving to Ohio Ryan and I became Cincinnati Reds fans.
Baseball has become a pretty big part of our summer activities, but for the last several years I haven’t really felt well enough to attend games. We’ve spent a lot of time listening to the Reds on the radio this summer and they are kicking butt. But we also have a AAA team right here in Columbus. Last night I attended my first Columbus Clippers game in their new Huntington Park. We use to go to games before I got sick at the old park, and I was excited to see what the new one has to offer. My favorite thing, very few stairs. We happen to enter through an entrance that had stairs from street level, and I thought things weren’t going to go well as the pain in my hip immediately started acting up. But that was all I had to conquer and the rest of the night was relatively pain free.
Also I got to eat yummy ballpark food like peanuts and popcorn. It was a really good night and I hope to be able to do it again next season.