Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Tuesday Doings

Well Hi There!

The heat and humidity are coming back.  Yesterday was actually pleasant and not very humid, so I decided to bake some banana peanut butter bread last night.


Thank you Nance for the recipe.  This could become a regular addiction - lol.

I managed to knit a little bit on the new sock.


This picture is really just the cuff, but I did 12 more rows for the beginning of the leg.  The pattern is Porthos - a freebie on Ravelry.  These will be boy/man socks - not sure who will get them yet.  The yarn almost looks like a grey/green and white, but I think it's really black and white. 

Meanwhile, the work day is somewhat busy.  I have a group of 14 in for a 2 day meeting - 3 of them were rear-ended this morning driving into the office!!  A young girl - most likely texting - rammed into the back of the rental car while they were on the on-ramp to Route 202.  Geeze!  Fortunately the guys are all ok.

That's it for now - gotta run.  Hope everyone is having a great week!

18 comments:

  1. Well, a car accident is certainly NOT a good start to the day. Hope the rest of their day goes better.

    The new sock yarn is very pretty and that pattern went right into my queue! Thanks, friend! :-)

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  2. I just bought bananas yesterday, but I am definitely going to let a few get brown to make some banana peanut butter bread! It sounds like the perfect combination, but I can't believe I've never thought of it. Nice socks!

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  3. We still haven't had a break in the weather. Yesterday was the darkest, wettest day I can remember. The flooding was epic. We could use a break but today is so humid it feels like the rainforest out there. How many days until fall?

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  4. Oof on the rear ending. I had an image of three different cars involved but at least it was just one. And at least it was a rental car.

    When you have a moment, would you share the recipe?

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  5. Great sock! Thanks for the pattern link. That one went right into the queue!

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  6. Peanut butter and banana bread?! I hope you'll share the recipe with us. Love the start of the new sock.

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  7. That bread looks amazing! And, your new sock is not too shabby either!

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  8. Your socks are off to a good start!
    I would like that recipe, too, if it's possible.
    Driving and texting! What is wrong with people???

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  9. Bread looks/sounds yummy...sock yarn is lovely and what a way to start a week! Hopefully the txting days of the young driver are over!
    Have a quieter week.
    Cheers~

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  10. That recipe sounds good but I didn't find it on the link you put. The sock looks good so far, I look forward to seeing more of it. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  11. Texting and driving - don't mix. Why don't more folks understand that? I like the looks of the gray and white sock - very classic.

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  12. That bread looks amazing! Banana and peanut butter are two of my favorite foods. Now if there were chocolate too, I would be done for. :-)
    Sorry about the accident. Not a good way to start the day for sure. That sock looks ike it will be perfect colors for a guy. I'm looking forward to seeing the pattern progress.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  13. I think those socks are going to be quite classy in shades of my favorite "color" ;-) Good luck with the meeting ... so glad no one was hurt in that stupid accident!

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  14. I love the colors of your new socks!! I'm dismayed that the heat and humidity are back, boo.

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  15. Yay for a new sock! Not such a great thing to be rear ended!

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  16. Oh wow. I've never heard of Banana Peanut Butter Bread... peanut butter & bananas is one of my favorite sandwich combos, and this would save so much time!! Haha!

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