There is a bit of excitement going on right now with her though. Her basketball team is in the finals. They lost their game last night and have another one tonight. If they loose again, they will be out of the tournament. If they win, they play again on Thursday for a spot on Monday's final game.
I took some photos during their warm up. Her team mates faces have been blocked out since I do not know how their parents feel about them being on social media.
She has really loved playing basketball. She has told me that volleyball is her favorite though. I can see why. She is so lanky right now. She is at that stage where she is all arms and legs and they get in her way at times. She will outgrow it in a year or two.....maybe.
She is also taking cheer. Her cheer team took first place last weekend and is now heading to state in the next 3 weeks. We will be attending that performance.
In crafting news.......................I found a new to me pattern for dishcloths. If you want the pattern, you can find it here, on Ravelry. It is a new to me stitch and I am loving the way it works up.
It takes a little more time than the boxy cloth I was doing but a lot of that has to do with the fact you change color every 2 rows. But...........................you just carry the yarns up the side, so there are not a billion ends to weave in at the end.
Hubby comes home today. I have green chili in the crockpot for dinner. Since I have no clue when I will be home from the basketball tournament, I wanted to be sure he had food here for when he got hungry. He just called and is on his way to see his mom on his way out of town and then will be on the road for his journey home.
As soon as I publish this blog post, I am going to go and make a couple of loaves of banana bread. Today, I will be adding dried cranberries and pepita seeds to it. I like to add fruit to my banana bread and hubby likes nuts of some sort in it. So we will have the best of both worlds. I might give one of the loaves to our friend who lost his wife last year. I know those men do not do much home cooking and banana bread is one of their favorites.
Until next time................happy crafting!