‘Tis The Season

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

And again a year is drawing to a close. Over the last year it turned out that social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Ravelry have gotten most of my attention when it comes to status updates, pictures and reviews. It’s hard to keep up blogging with longer, more profound updates. Ravely is just so convenient when it comes to keeping records of works in progress and staying in contact with knitting and spinning buddies. And for the short “I’m still here, still kickin'” messages Twitter is really handy. So where does that leave my blog? I’m not entirely sure yet to be honest. I found that I still like to check in with other people’s blogs from time to time to look at pictures, read comments and see what they’ve been up to. And I found that alongside all the other networks I really like to sum up a few of my projects and talk about what’s been going on at least once or twice a month. So this will be my new blog agenda for the next year. Don’t completely drop of the radar but come up for air at least once a month with some pictures and some tidbits about knitting, spinning, life and what happens in between.

So here’s a few shots of our Christmas in a nutshell.

Loads of snow

Loads of snow

Good food

Good food

Time for some knitting and spinning

Time for some knitting and spinning

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