You have chanced across the blog of a middle-aged Ontarian who discusses (with very little actual knowledge or authority) such topics as gardening, music, supply teaching, genealogy, and cooking. Said chap is husband to lovely, talented, supportive lady (The Missus), father to two lovely,and talented teenage daughters, master/slave to three demanding and very non-talented cats.
To quote the song Mr. Cellophane from the musical, Chicago "I hope I didn't take up too much of your time!"
For the first few years of our married life, the Missus knit me a sweater/pullover each Christmas. Of course that was back when sweaters were in style for men (remember the nineties with those big warm woolies). She was always most creative in her designs, and although I knew there would be a new pullover under the tree, it was always a creative surprise Christmas morning.
Looking back, I'm not sure where she found the time, when I was not home, but I did work shift work at the point, so she must have kept those knitting needles spinning on the nights that I was gone.
It is kind of a shame, that these are not really in style anymore, but I thought as the yuletide season approaches I would show you some of her handiwork. Christmas is a time of great nostalgia for me anyway, as you will see in the next few weeks.
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And that is about all I have to say for today.
Musings and meanderings from the Musical Gardener.