This Date in History

The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future. ~ Theodore Roosevelt 

Here’s an interesting fun fact. Today in 1975, Chinese archaeologists discovered a 3-acre burial site with 6,000 clay statues of warriors dating as early as 221 BC. These Terracotta Warriors are currently on exhibit at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. I’ve always wanted to see this exhibit so I’m pretty excited it’s spending some time locally. The British Hubby and I haven’t gone to see it yet, but we plan to this summer.


I’ve had a little bit of knitting time since Sunday, but nothing really photo worthy. A few projects are approaching the finish line, but completed project photos are much more exciting than progress shots. Instead, I give you all the unusual places I’ve found Ernie sleeping this past week. Enjoy!


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