January was busy with the usual return from the holidays mode. Getting back into the "normal" swing of things. (Though normal for medical resident and stay at home wife... different from most people's "norm".)
I meant to blog more during January, about Christmas, the knit gifts I gave, a trip we took for a wedding, but, well, I didn't! Mostly because over the past few months our computer has become increasingly more sick, until the point came when it restarted and deleted all of our (thankfully, backed up) files. So, anything, like blogging, was put on hold, until I really wanted to use that computer, which didn't happen. Thankfully, it's under warrantee, so we mailed it away to get fixed the other day, and I'm blogging to you by iPhone! The lovely Christmas gift I got from my hubby! :)
And since I like blogs with pictures, I thought I'd do a little recap of the month through All the phone pics I now take in an extremely regular basis. :)
The first weekend in January we went to a wedding in Alexandria, VA. We stayed in Old Town, and it was a really nice weekend. Lowest stress wedding ever. Always good. And we had plenty of time to explore the town!
|Christ Church. We got to sit in George Washington's pew. Cool to be reminded of our country's history!|
|One of the many 200 year old homes, with working gas lamp!|
|At the wedding|
I finally got a phone case! Had my eye on this from the beginning of the search, but it took me 3 weeks to get it. I may have not been the most patient of people during that time. ;)
After 2 weeks with no days off, David got a Monday and a Tuesday off in a row! We went skiing to celebrate and used his 2nd day off to recover.
I also finished 2 knit projects this month, started a 3rd, and began a 4th yesterday! At this rate I'm definitely going to set a personal knitting record!
|Rustling Leaves Beret, birthday gift for my friend, Elizabeth|
|Quick headband. Kept wanting something to cover my ears when my hair's up, but turns out I like it just as well with my hair down :)|
|A scarf for myself, tons of repeats on tiny needles make for slow progress and low motivation, but I think it's really pretty!|
And so ends January, and so far February has brought snow!
Maybe I'll be back here before the end of the month this time. :)