Adopt the pace of nature:
her secret is patience.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Mosaic Monday is hosted each week by the lovely Mary.
Each mosaic is different. Each a story to tell.
You'll enjoy visiting - I promise!
In a way, this is a continuation of the previous post about baseball.
We went to the Astros baseball game Friday night.
Poor Astros. They've had two bad years in a row and should be in the rebuilding mode.
Time will tell.
But that didn't keep us from enjoying the game with the Cincinnati Reds.
It was a pretty good game and the Reds won.
(One of the Astros announcers said, "the best thing about this series is that it's air conditioned.")
But that was okay, because Paul Janish is on the Reds team.
"THE LITTLE YELLOW HOUSE at 2801 Bammel Lane is now home to Knitting in the Loop. Gideon G. Westcott built this house three miles North of Houston city limits in 1917 for his widowed daughter, Almira Giles. We don’t know if it was yellow then or not. In 1944 the house was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Power who raised 5 children here – giving new definition to a closely knit family. On November 28, 1984, the house was moved from 6815 Jensen to its present site and restored with an upstairs addition. We know of two previous businesses in the house – a shop for formal dresses and counseling for the treatment of eating disorders. I hope there is some good karma left."
Yes, we both bought yarn. No, I don't have any photos. With a kitten in the house now, yarn projects are ongoing when she is asleep which is, right now, not often!!!!!!
Have a wonderful week!
Do something you love or try something new!