Sunday, March 3, 2013

Project 360: Week 9

{56} I thought the grey bark on this tree was pretty.

{57} Finally finished the last ornament in this set...and I'm currently sort of in between projects with knitting and embroidery, and I hate that. It makes me feel unsettled. I like to have all of my ducks in a row, as they say. :)

{58} Lovely clouds.

{59} Aw! Incredibly adorable triplets born to our goat Beatrice. The white on the far left is the female, and her ears stick out like that constantly. Ha. :) More pictures coming soon.

{60} Excited (and nervous) about trying to grow some dyeing herbs this year. I haven't exactly had success with growing things so far...

{61} These babies may actually help me keep my resolutions about walking. One of my routes very conveniently takes me right to them. :)

{62} I am finally caught up with Once Upon a Time on Hulu! Which means that (now that we have an antenna for our TV) tonight I can actually watch the new episode. :)

Until next time,


  1. I LOVE BABY GOATS!!! I worked on a farm for my teenage years! They are SOO cute!! And they are so agile :)

    1. I know! They are so adorable and hilarious. I love it when they start learning how to climb all over everything. :)

  2. Hi Kristin,

    I've been a long-time silent reader of your blog (like I am with most blogs I keep up with), but lately I've been thinking that it would probably be nice if I came out and commented every so often to show how much I enjoy everyone's posts. Anyway, I guess this is my introduction. :D I'm 21, a homeschool graduate, and major bookworm. Since that awkwardness is out of the way now, I can just talk, right? ;-) I can't wait to see tonight's episode of Once Upon a Time either! When I first discovered it, I watched all the available episodes in ridiculously short amount of time (thank goodness it's easy to watch TV shows and movies while working on sewing projects :-), but once I got caught up, I realized how hard it would be to wait. At least Doctor Who was already six series in before I got hooked... I've had plenty to watch and re-watch to keep me occupied. :D


    1. Hi, Tayler! Thanks so much for commenting. :) It sounds like we have a lot in common! And you're a Doctor Who fan, too? Yes, it's definitely bittersweet to catch up on episodes when there are no more new ones yet. :) I'm still only about halfway through series 5 of DW, so I'm glad I'm not too close to the end yet (even though I know it's not really the end).

      And I ended up only getting to watch the first 15 minutes of OUAT on TV, because my watching got interrupted. But for a good reason, so I don't mind so much having to watch the rest of the episode online. :)

  3. Thanks for the welcome! Yes, we do have a lot in common. :D Lets see... along with our mutual love for The Doctor, I also like a lot of the same music (Frank Sinatra, the Civil Wars, etc.), old movies (Anything old with Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart and the like), Period Dramas, and books. I love the classics (Austen, Dickens, Montgomery, Alcott, and on and on I could go :-) but I also really enjoy newer YA/juvenile fiction (right now I'm reading Suzanne Collins' Underland Chronicles). I hope you get to see the new OUAT episode soon! It was so good, but now I NEED to see to see what happens next. *sigh* It's such an addictive show! :D Btw, your goats are totally adorable. I got chickens for the first time last spring, and now I'm trying to figure out if we could handle goats as the next step towards my dream of having some kind of mini almost-self-sufficient farm. Your pictures are doing a lot towards leaning me in that direction. :-)


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