I was up around 6:30 this morning, as usual. Around seven, as I was preparing (still in my pajamas) to get the first load on the clothesline, I noticed both cats staring UP, out the patio door. Odd. Intrigued, I glaced out to see what they were looking at and there, maybe 80 feet off the ground, was a hot air balloon! I could hear not only the burner, but the people talking when the burner was off. Who'd have guessed I needed to check for eyes in the sky when I did the laundry.
By the time I found the camera, then the camera battery, the peepers were disappearing behind the trees, so I threw on a robe, and got those tee shirts hung out.
What else? Well, it's Monday, so that means PIE! Tonight's offering, Lemon Meringue. It's Alton Brown's recipe, here, and it needs to either cook a little longer, or have a little more starch added. It's soupy. Tasty, oh boy! But soupy. Takes a nice picture, though, huh?
Next? I've been working on Bevin Blocks - I'm up to 42 I think. Here's 36 of them - I'm liking this more and more. In other needlework news, I've got the binding done on Crazy, and have cast on another little Christmas scarf. No pictures of those, another day perhaps.
And finally, Monday also means a concert in the park. Cute Boyfriend got smart and brought an instrument - Little Drummer sat in with the band for the last three numbers. You'll have to take it on faith, though. His dumb mother forgot the camera.