I am not playing the 10 today as I can't think of anyone, real or imagined, that I would invite to dinner right now. Unless it's that cute Patrick Grant from The Great British Sewing Bee and he wears his kilt, like he did on the last program. Gasp and swoon!!!! He would be allowed.
We had the coldest February on record. It went on for most of the month. Someone asked me yesterday if I thought the snow was over. Pffft- we often get snow in April. But I have been busy around here.
The only downside was these oak leaves. Very clever, but fiddly. Never mind, I will probably never do another one, but I can recommend the pattern. Those are oak buttons from Etsy.
On Saturday we went to the TIFF Lightbox and saw an old Barbara Stanwyck film, The Lady Eve, on the big screen. We parked at the subway and took the train downtown. I have to say, the subway never really changes, does it? Same old weirdoes, especially at night. It was a good film and probably the first time I've been out in months. I should probably do it more often.
Ah well. Fleecin'-