I hope you enjoyed the best kind of weekend.
Now, it's Monday -- and time, once again, to . . .
"I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morning."
I was reading a book over the weekend and came across this word . . .
I'd heard the word before, but needed to look it up. In the book I was reading, the word was used to describe a very young boy -- and it seems the perfect way to describe a child's view of the world. (But I know a few adults who seem to be living with a theory of solipsism . . . and that isn't quite so charming now, is it?)
Something to See
Perhaps you're a long-time reader of the New York Times' Modern Love essays . . . or maybe you listen to the podcast already (both are a treat!) . . . but now you can watch 6 episodes of Modern Love come to life on Amazon Prime. Tom and I watched the first two episodes over the weekend, and can't wait to watch the rest. They're really well done -- touching, charming . . . and make you feel good about . . . well . . . modern love. Check it out!
Here's a link to the trailer on YouTube.
(I wanted to embed the trailer here . . . but that launched such a formatting nightmare that you just get the link.)
Something to Make
Okay, Knitters . . . have you seen the Sisters United Socks from designer Caitlin Hunter? These very charming boot socks were designed by Caitlin to "harness the warm and loving spirit of the knitting community." Caitlin is working on this project with her friend Candice, of The Farmer's Daughter Fibers. Candice has created an initiative called Sisters United to support Native American women.
The pattern will go on sale tomorrow: Tuesday, October 22 on the Sisters United website. Consider supporting the Sisters United project by purchasing the pattern . . . or knitting a pair to wear . . . or make a pair to include in a healing bundle.
And that's it for me this Monday morning.
Here's to a great start to your week.