Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Thirty-One Years...
and we're still married
Yup. We talked about growing old together and I have a head start.
We will have a nice dinner at home, since we never go out anymore, which I will be bringing back with me from Chattanooga today. I'm attending Knitting Group and seeing my sister to bring her some yarn and I'll do a little shopping perhaps.
I wanted to share something sent to me from Jenny Williams, now that Pierogis are in your consciousness. This website has a pierogi maker that makes a bunch at once.
And for the knitters among you I found a great site which I put on my sidebar blog roll. Tech Knitting, which has a ton of wonderful helpful instructions, with pictures.
Another site Knitting is a great one with videos and has taught me how to do all sorts of neato keen stuff, which I am not doing now since I am still resting my arm.

We had huge thunderstorms last night and the pond filled to overflowing. You can see water is sitting in the driveway too. It should be 60 degrees by the time I arrive in Chattanooga this morning.

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  1. Congratulations!

  2. diane1:39 PM

    Happy Anniversary to you and that hunk of burning love you married! Enjoy the day. Hugs to you both!!

  3. Sounds like you've found some great ways to keep yourself from knitting and save your arm! Happy Anniversary to you and Dave! (Have fun in Chattanooga!

  4. Marina Louw1:58 PM

    Happy Anniversary Melody & Dave, hope that you will have many more happy years together.

  5. Happy Anniversary!!!...and they said it would never last...LOL

    Enjoy your day :)

  6. Happy Anniversary to you and your husband and congratulations on a long-lived marriage. Thanks for mentioning the knitting sites!

    Kristin F. in SC

  7. Happy Anniversary! And thanks for the link to my blog - that is shamefully out of date. But also to the "Hunky Bill's" pierogie website. How can you not love "Hunky Bill's"?
    Jenny Williams

  8. Happy Anniversary!

  9. Happy Anniversary to you two peas in a lovely pod.

  10. I'm a day late, but Happy Anniversary to you both, and I wish you much joy, health, and many more years of life and love together.

  11. Talking about growing "old together". Ladies are not OLD until they start wearing pastel polyester double knit pant suits - preferably with a seersucker weave.
    If you really feel old - check out the rum dum and see if you can find one!

  12. Anonymous3:59 PM

    Hi Melody, Congrats on your Anniversary and all. Hope your hands are feeling better. I noticed that Sonji's link is no longer in your side-scroll...or have I overlooked it....twice?


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