Wednesday, November 14, 2012

More Good Things

1.  Hanging out in Greektown in Detroit with Disco!  Yummy food and a little casino fun, which included one awesome spin on roulette! Go 11!


Sweet Treats

2. Fun new yarn clubs like this one from Among Friends, featuring American wools.  I loved designing for their last Among Friends club and their next line-up of designers looks fantastic too!  But hurry, sign-ups close on tomorrow Nov. 15!

3. Babies.  Goodness I miss this bundle of joy :)

Sweet Baby P

4. Just one week until Thanksgiving.  I know, I know...the holidays are upon us, which means lots of busy, but I love the spirit of the holidays.  I have a lot to be thankful for this year.  Plus, I'm looking forward to a few days home and relaxing :)

5. DavidsTea.  OMG!  I'd heard lots of good things from the knitters in the Ravelry Cuppa Tea group, but it is even better than I thought.  A new store just opened up in Burlingame and I stopped in the other day.  They were so helpful and knowledgeable and made it easy to enjoy a few samples.  So far my favorites are Forever Nuts, Stormy Night, and who would have thought...Cookie Dough! Delish!!!!


Davids Tea

Any good things happening with you guys?  Oh, and how could I forget!  Gotta love friends who fly from Australia to finish watching Breaking Dawn.  We'll be seeing it next Tuesday :)  Hope it isn't as bad and cheesy as the last one...

Happy Knitting!!
xoxo Irishgirlieknits


dianne said...

It's hilarious that there is a 5 Guys right under the Greek Town sign! Perhaps they use feta for their cheese? :-) Those pastries look super yummy though! It looks like you had a wonderful trip!

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