You may remember that a photograph that I took of yarn sitting in a hand crocheted bowl, done by Alice, my Aunt-in-law, sat on the narrow stretch of wall in the kitchen. You may also remember that my in-laws were just over from Dublin. I wanted to greet them with an apt announcement of support and solidarity.
Hence, the new print hanging in place of the yarn, made by Pat Byrne at Forgotten Pages who graciously allowed me to customize the colors. The relations laughed good naturedly when they saw it, as one would expect, but retaliated by playing Loud Monopoly, with the kids, until 11 most nights. I mean LOUD. This was most likely caused by Míchéal, my FIL, who has this rule that when Monopoly get tedious one must sell property, even if one is only six, which of course makes nobody in the room shut up at all!
I've left up the print as it gets a smile from everyone who sees it, and put the yarn print in the living room. Hope everyone has a great weekend! Off to the park now with the kiddoodles and my knitting, keeping in mind the story I have to tell you about poor Junior's shorts falling off at same park earlier in the week.