For every minute you are angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Typically on Friday Nights, The British Hubby and I like to watch A Brain Out or Cult Classic movie. The past few weeks we’ve made a slight change. I’ld never seen the entire Star Trek Series from the first episode with Kirk all the way to the current series Star Trek: Discovery. We’ve been working our way through the various movies and TV series. We’re stuck on Voyager. The writing just isn’t as appealing as the previous series we’ve watched thus far. In an effort to power through, we’ve started watching these on Friday nights. We’ve made it to the last few episodes in season four. I’m a little surprised this made it for seven seasons.
We found a roasted veggie cauliflower crust pizza that is really rather good. We add mushrooms and some meat to it to beef up the toppings. Unfortunately, I discarded the box before I remembered to grab a photo. Here it is with some blood orange cider. Yum!
I’ve been working on dishcloths while watching Voyager. French Hive was meant to go into my gift box, but I think I’m going to keep it for myself. This is a fun pattern that works well with a solid color. I think I might just see what a variegated or self striping cotton yarn would look like.
There’s still time to help pick the pattern for the next knitted give away.
- Grace Scarf – A lace scarf can be worn year round.
- Beeswax Scarf – This is a geometric scarf.
- Wheat – Another worsted weight scarf.
- Zigzag Wander – A fingering weight scarf.
- Windward – A fingering weight scarf with an interesting construction. It wears a bit more like a shawl.
- Drop Stitch Scarf – Another fun medium weight scarf.
- Shifting Sands – A medium weight cable scarf.
- One by One – This can be done in any weight. I think it would look fantastic with stripes in a variegated skein and solid skein.
- Mountain Pass – This could be a scarf or a cowl.
- Cinnamon Scone – You probably think I picked this one for the name alone. A simple textured cowl.
- Pedestrian Crossing Cowl – This cowl just looks fun.
- Yellow Brick Road – I must be on a button kick. Another fun cowl.
- Rupe – This is a classic cable scarf.
- Bandana Cowl – The pattern calls for bulky, but I would make this a lighter weight.
- Hitchhiker – This a light weight scarf/shawl.
- Captured – This is a light weight cowl. I’m currently making one for a friend.
Gracie thinks Voyager would be better if there was a bridge cat. I think she’s volunteering Burt.