There’s nothing like attending a one-year-old’s birthday party to bring you out of a funk.
Porkchop’s niece Ruby is the most precious, happy, funny child ever, and her birthday party was hilarious and heart-warming. I hope to snag a photo from someone else later to share.
To mark the occasion, I made this pair of stuffies using Ysolda Teague’s free pattern.
The green one is a much better green than this photo shows! I did the eyes and hearts with a felting needle. It was my first time to use one, and I loved it! I’m going to put little felted stuff on everything now.
Have a good week!
While I was leaving one of the dining rooms at our university center, a young student approached me, looking slightly distressed. This was our exchange.
Student (rather frantic): Do you hear music??!!
Me (concerned): Well, I did hear a little music earlier, but not now.
Student (still distressed): Oh. Hmmm. I was just wondering if you could hear music. There should be music.
Me (even more concerned): I mean, there was music. I could hear it a little over there (motioning into the dining room). I don’t think you’re hearing things!
Student (now confused): Oh, there should be music.
Student: I mean, it’s part of my job. I’m supposed to check if there’s music playing in here!