night blooms across the sky as stars appear, filling pockets of space. there's a low number tonight, hidden by traffic- issued smog and clouds. and on the ground, the volume of sound magnifies, near overwhelming.
Okay, it's Monday, and I know it's supposed to be an Off-the-Hook day, but I spent a lot of time actually doing the knitting and far less time doing the photos. I did finish a scarf, almost, I just need to bind off. Just so we're clear, I started on Friday night, ran out of yarn … Continue reading Word Crush Monday: Pearl-McPhee
she has a revelation, one morning. the sky is still dark, dawn starting over the horizon amidst a bed of fog. she looks at herself in the window, darklit and shadowy, and her face is crossed with the fine netting of a lace curtain. three layers of protection, she reminds herself on the sharper days. … Continue reading serendipity
Well, you guys. It's time for me to pause on the knit hats, I've decided to make a start on an infinity scarf. I've managed to finish up yet another hat, and decided that I may as well use the loom for a scarf. Seems like a good idea. Another good idea is curling up … Continue reading Letters to Euturpe: 62
solidly sheltered, inside, as the wind whistles through the window-frame. against a backdrop of dark walls, a wisp of steam floats up. the tea is well-brewed this time, and feels like being content. inside, the fireplace crackles, emitting a faint scent of burnt sugar. the blanket over the back of the couch is … Continue reading shelter + contentment + natty
the mornings are a uniform shade of fog, slow to clear from the sky. on the corner of my desk, a potted flower droops, leached of colour. below my feet, there's the hum of a tiny heater, glowing orange warmth.
Last week I commented that I was trialling the fewer-posts-per-week thing. Turns out I don't like it, and it's not really working for me. I think I shall resume the daily posts, 7 per week, as usual. I came back into the posts listing and there was just a gap. Three posts last week - … Continue reading Off the Hook, Round 3