This is Tricia's entry. I'm in love with this picture. You told me that the snowflakes were huge, and you were right! They look like the fake stuff they use in movies and on soap operas.
This one was mine. There are SO many cool old buildings in downtown Duluth. I'd love to tour 1/10 of them someday, and learn a little about the different things that the buildings were used for. I love when the bricks don't match from several years of repairs.
Just a snapshot I took today on my walk to my car from work. The skywalk takes you right over the freeway. There isn't much traffic at 4:00, which is why I LOVE getting off work at that time.
I call this one "Power To The People!"
And this one is the intersection of Lake Ave and Superior Street, showing you the pathetic amount of snow we've gotten this year.
All four of mine were taken with my iPhone and filtered using the free Instagram app. I love this app. I'm not sure if Tricia used Instagram or not, but editing your photos is sooo much fun. It just makes them so much more interesting.
Keep taking pictures people! :)
I do have one more photo to share with you:
This is the progress I've made on the blue sweater. The top isn't quite that puckered, it's just bigger than the length of the needles right now and I didn't want to drop any stitches. I will hopefully get it done this weekend. I'd love to wear it to work on Monday! I'm still soo happy with how it's turning out, and the angora is heavenly! Morgan has told me that I don't need to worry one bit about the fit, because if it's too small, she will gladly love it and give it a home. In her closet. And on her body.
Hope you are enjoying your Friday! I'm currently watching the Bulldogs on TV, in my jammie pants, with a glass of wine on the side table. As soon as I hit "publish post" and close the laptop, I'll work some more on the blue sweater. All that = happiness for me.
Go find your happiness tonight, k?