Scooter has finished his year at university and is with us this weekend for Easter. We celebrate in a secular manner, usually with lots of chocolate, candy, and cookies.
Since Skip and I are low carbing, I only baked a small number of cookies and quickly decorated them this evening.
I finished the first denim ribbed sock this evening. I cast on with 64sts on 2.5mm needles and after turning the heel and picking up the heel flap sts, I switched to 2.25mm needles for the foot for a snugger fit and hopefully a more durably wearing sock. Please excuse the bad flourescent lighting. I may have a hard time achieving identical twin socks.
Completely changing the subject...
On this low carb (Wheat Belly) diet, I sometimes crave something sweet and something crunchy. I learned about this amazing Norwegian goat's milk cheese called Ski Queen from a friend while we were in Florida. I don't know how they make it but it tastes like caramel. Yum!
Skip and I ate lots of it when we were in Florida and I've been trying to find it locally since we got home a couple of weeks ago. Today I found it in the next town at a little cheese shop. Yay!
and Mary's Gone Crackers in the US.
Dr. Davis' book and that's good enough for me. As long as there's no wheat, flour, starch or sugar, I'm fine with it. And they certainly satisfy my need for something crunchy.