for many projects!
I mean, when you have your first born and then your second and then the third and the fourth and so forth, you don't stop loving the first one, do you? No, your heart expands. (I know this argument used in this case is on the weak basis and this indeed is a slippery slope - as was pointed out to me and what I will keep in mind - but we will leave it at that... besides you all were saying things that I so wanted to hear. Thank you!)
Little did I know what life had me to offer last night when I headed for home from town. I saw the northern lights dancing on the sky for the first time this fall. It was delightful sight and you never get tired of them.
This picture is from a book called "Revontulet" by a Finnish photographer Martti Rikkonen. The sight last night was a bit similar.
And then I got to stay up with Tulip.
October after all is not that bad... (If you don't count the lack of sleep this morning.)
PS. If I need to rip something that has been on the needles for a long time, I will usually wet the yarn and see if there has been damage and use it accordingly but with Nocture the stitches were knit the night before, so I just ripped and continued without any fussing with the yarn.
And Tina, she is a Finnish Spitz (or something like that).