Today was positively the most beautiful weather day we’ve had so far this year. Warm (hot!) in the sun, chilly in shade, brilliantly sunny, I couldn’t ask for more. Well, I could. I could have remembered the last skein of Phil Ruban that I left at home. It would have come in handy as my friend Shirley and I sat in Central Park knitting on the hill, listening to the guitar man, taking in the sun, Ty frolicking at our feet. It would have come in handy as my other skein of Phil Ruban came to an abrupt end. Oh well.

I just made my first batch of home made ice cream – peach. It’s freezing to firm up but oh my god, it’s delicious.

And so, with no more knitting news to share, I share this. It’s just a simple little photoblog I started, to have fun with new camera phone. The site needs more work. But it’s there, for now.

4 Responses to “The Sunday has come and the Sunday has gone”

I really love NY in the summer. There are always so many fun things to take in, even the humidity is bearable. Can’t wait to see your ribbon top!

Hey…I just bought an ice cream maker and the first batch was PEACH! Let us know how it turned out!

Oh, I wish I thought the humidity bearable, Becky. It’s one of the single most things I hate about living here. I just die every summer, which is why I spend as much time as possible on the beach, so I can jump in the water every 5 minutes.

Kim! My peach ice cream came out AMAZING. How about yours?

Love the photoblog, especially the shot of Central Park. I miss it! I miss summer in NYC more than I can say. I don’t, however, miss the humidity. You can keep that.