It is officially winter in Halifax, and when the wind blows at Salter and Barrington Streets it is bitterly cold. On a Sunday however, The Loop is toasty warm. Sometimes it is downright hot. Often, at Noon, I have to crack the back window a little, which shocks and confuses the amorous pigeons who rendezvous on our sil.
I took this photo outside of DeSerres, where I was waiting for a cab. 15 minutes later I flagged one down. I had always been told that in Halifax, you can't flag a car. My Cabbie told me that this isn't true when it comes to Barrington Street! News to me.
This Sunday I spent Embroidering. It's easy to pick up and put down as the need arises, and it's too too convenient having our supply of DMC floss so close to hand.
Clover needles and notions have arrived!
I'd like to thank all those customers who understood that for me to do the oft-procrastinated job of sorting and pricing the needle shipment, and then printing out our tiny price stickers I need to
A: Say the prices and item codes aloud, and
B: Listen to cartoons on youtube playing underneath the inventory windows. Totally Spies, Disney's Recess and of course, The Emperor's New School are helpful.
You are very understanding. It must be a shock to hear a sudden 'Hiya! Ya!' or 'This Whomps' before I remember to switch the audio over to yarn shopping music.
Enjoy the 4 Georges:
Who ever could have guessed that I'd develop a thing for George II?!