I think I get the most boring ideas for this kind of hairdo, but my child doesn't mind, and thinks that it is hilarious. So I took a picture, or few. Coincidentally she was wearing a tunic that I knitted. I am breaking the rules at this point, because I knitted it a year ago, but I am really fond of that dress, and since I never shared that work before, I am going to do it now in Yarn Along. And maybe by next week my orange vest will be finally ready to show it off!
The pattern for the tunic I got from the raverly, which I use very often, but I don't keep my notes. I know I should, and one day I will work on it diligently. I do like knitting and crocheting ( at least that is what I am telling myself ).
As for reading, this time I got into more ambitious literature. Something for the body and for the soul:)
The "Grain Brain", by David Perlmutter, has convinced me even more to stick to the gluten-free/paleo diet.
About two years ago I have found out that I have gluten allergy, not just intolerance. I had stuck to paleo diet for few months. But then for different occasion and trips, I did not want to make a fuss about myself and I indulged in gluten products again.
I am firm believer though, that the gluten and is like a
Another problem that the author addresses is the sugar itself. It is the greatest addictive substance.
He also makes a good point that fat is good for us ( the good fat ), and especially for our brain. The carbs are, de facto, making us fat.
As for Dr. Scott Hahn, I can read anything by him, and get the spiritual uplifting. In the case of this book , " Signs of Life, 40 catholic customs and their biblical roots", even though I have grown up in Catholic faith, I still find so many things I did not know. It will definitely change the way I look at different customs of Catholic church.
I promise, that by next week I will have my vest ready, ( unless it won't for different reasons )!