Knitting / Reading

Finished ROAR & Confession

Here is the best hat I have ever knitted:

As you can see, I wanted to give you pictures of the hat from all angles.

The hat is for this little boy:

Isn’t he the cutest kid you’ve ever seen?

Confession time: I’m tired of kid’s books.


It’s true.

So, I’m going to read this book:

I love this guy.  He wrote another book called, The Year of Living Biblically that had me riveted.  The book was his journey of living a year, well, Biblically. For so many months he followed the law of the Old Testament (pretty intensely) and then for the rest of the year the New Testament.  I love books like this and it’s been awhile since I’ve treated myself to one.  In this book, The Know-It-All, I think he takes it upon himself to read all of the Encyclopedia Brittanica’s in a year, but I’ll get back to you on the specifics once I’ve finished it.

Any other ‘grown up’ book recommendations?

Before I go, let’s just take one more look at this awesome hat…


5 thoughts on “Finished ROAR & Confession

  1. One word…AWESOME!!! Incredibly awesome!! Ok so that’s two words. LOVE LOVE LOVE the hat!! Can’t wait to see it on Caleb’s head.

    I’m searching for the book today. :)

  2. I just read The Year of Living Biblically 2 weeks ago! I thought it started rather slow (and more like a money-making lark) but then I was surprised at the depths of insights Jacobs found. A pretty insightful book.
    I don’t know if I already told you this, but last year my favorite work of fiction was The Elegence of the Hedgehog.
    You should come over for coffee/tea and we will talk books!

  3. What a perfect hat! I’m proud of you friend! Great work!

    Grown up book suggestion: Eat. Pray. Love. I bet you have already read this, but it was a great read!

    Also, have you read any Ann Lamott?

  4. Oh, Libs!!!
    Are you serious? You MADE that hat??? You are amazing, dear heart, and I can’t wait to see Caleb wearing it. It goes without saying that this hat will be one that he takes out to show his wife – when she’s pregnant with their first child – to prove that the stories she’s heard through the years about the hat made by Auntie Libs were altogether true!!!
    Much love to you, sweetheart ;o)

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