She is not a very social type, but looked so comfortable just being with us, drinking and eating, minding her own business. Wow. A perfect S'n'B member at the tender age of four.
Last Sunday we had this month's S'n'B. I had told about it to my mother. The cafe we gather is verrry close to my mother's house (where I grew up), like 15 minutes on bicycle (not "Tour de France" type bike, but "commuters in Beijing" type). She wanted to join us, weather permitted. She could get there on subway, but adding up walking to the station, transition, walking from the station, it would be faster just walking there, 30 to 40 minutes or so.
The weather was not perfect, but OK for her to take her trusty old bicycle.
On Saturday, the day before S'n'B, my mom had called me in the morning.
Mom; Uh, honey, I have a confession. I guess I don't want to wait until Sunday.
Mom; ... I bought yarn.
Me; Uh- Okey. OK. What's that yarn like? (I thought she gave up knitting and crocheting, but maybe she dug out her old needles and hooks to make something small....)
Mom; ...For you, honey.
Me; WHAT?! What's the yarn like?
Mom; It's lovely pink and gray or blue and pale pink varigated, SO soft and the price was good. What's more, a lady asked me if I really want that 10-ball pack because she would like to have it if I don't. I just decided I HAD to have it the moment she asked me like that, and, ....
Me; ... repent thyself.
And I think I am as sinful as she is because I rejoiced to have free new yarn.
Sorry, it doesn't show the yarn itself so clearly. I found a color card here (color number 401) . It's 100% merino, sports-DK weight. One ball weighs 40 grams, I got 10 of them.
S'n'B was fun, as the last time, to see two of new friends.
I knit several rounds of Christmas Socks #2. My daughter and mom had fun rolling up some fleece into felt balls and make bracelets with them.