I spent this last weekend up at Toowoomba with quilting friends. It was a lovely weekend. I didn't get anything finished but I got quite a lot of things part finished. Unfortunately they are all Xmas presents and are to be a surprise so they have to stay under wraps until the big day. We set up in the library of one of the primary schools, which was a great venue.
The problem with that was that there were some interesting books on display. They are now part of my library, or will be when they arrive from the Book Depository. Monique will be 6 y.o. next birthday, which is a couple of days after Xmas, and I have promised that I will teach her to knit when she turns 6. This book has some great projects for little knitters along with a host of other good stuff.
When I got home my husband told me what a great weekend he had had. (I wasn't there.) And then I saw the Xmas tree. It has all the decorations on it from the past 30 odd years. He told he he found the old lights and had put them on the tree but then he found some new lights. He then had to cut the old lights off the tree and there was this box of 6" lengths of lighting cable. I turned the lights on and I thought the whole house was going to take off into outer space. He has all these programs put in to control how the lights flash. I do think he has descended into his second childhood. I just hope the house doesn't disappear into the stratosphere!