I’ve been busy, busy, busy lately and majorly distracted by my new obsession/hobby of knitting. And I’ll likely be even busier soon as Paul and I are working on buying a house. Life is good and full.
Here are a few links I’ve found bookmark-worthy recently:
~ Auburn University is special to me for many reasons, and the Auburn Creed is just one of them. I’d love this print.
~ I want to make this scarf.
~ As the temperatures drop, I crave soup. This one looks really tasty.
~ A lovely fall home tour.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is both a danger in itself and a wake-up call for Americans — about President Obama, about the institutions of this country, and, most important, about ourselves.
There was a time when an outbreak of a deadly disease overseas would bring virtually unanimous agreement that our top priority should be to keep it overseas. Yet Barack Obama has refused to bar entry to the United States by people from countries where the Ebola epidemic rages, as Britain has done.
The reason? Refusing to let people with Ebola enter the United States would conflict with the goal of fighting the disease. In other words, the safety of the American people takes second place to the goal of helping people overseas.
~ I can’t end this post on that depressing note, so I’ll share one more knitting link: Shifting Colors Dishcloth Scarf.
And with that I’ll wish you a happy Wednesday!