3 Books, A Class and A Window

Still no knitting but a cortisone shot in each elbow will hopefully help things move along. And abbreviated posts continue….

Here are 3 books I have finished recently:
Missing You by Harlan Coben. I love, Love, LOVE Harlan Coben’s books. Exciting, suspenseful, page-turning stories and this was no exception.

Hungry Heart: Adventures in Life, Love, and Writing by Jennifer Weiner. I have enjoyed all her books. This one is a memoir and since we went to the same high school, it was interesting reading her perspective on our town and her experiences.  But that was just a small part of the book.  There were so many great chapters.  I enjoy her writing – engaging, witty, thoughtful, and honest.

Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah. The first time I read a Kristin Hanna book was The Nightingale: A Novel which I loved.  I decided to try another of her books and I wasn’t disappointed.  A completely different book from The Nightingale, Firefly Lane is a story about two best friends, how they met and a journey through their lives as friends.  I laughed, I cried, I enjoyed it!

(Click on any of those links to purchase on Amazon.)

A Class:

The Baa-ble Hat class was fun last weekend.  This one is so popular that I’ve scheduled another class and it is almost full already!  As someone in the class mentioned, there is something about seeing those sheep grow in the knitted work that makes you just want to keep knitting to see what it will look like…

A window:

Christine did her magic once again with The Spinning Room’s front window.  The most adorable sweatered penquins (and an elephant) playing on the ice!

One comment on “3 Books, A Class and A Window
  1. Beatrice Legere says:

    I concur with your comments about the Baa-ble Hat. The class was very fun, and I love the little sheep! It’s happy knitting. Hope the shot works!!

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