|(early morning fog coming up from the river)|
Random.org has chosen number 63 and that belongs to a comment from Ashley (ashleym103) (I eliminated any accidental duplicates). Ashley, I've sent you a message on Ravelry and as soon as I hear from you, I'll send your mailing information on to Susan's publicist. You should be receiving your very own copy of the book soon. Thanks to all of you who took the time to enter and, if you'd like to have another chance at winning, the last stop on the blog book tour is with Angela Tong on her blog Oiyi's Crafts and is scheduled to start sometime today.
|(Luna's always ready for a little extra attention)|
|(definitely want to repeat these colors from logwood)|
Here on the farm, we're moving into another part of the yearly cycle. In most ways, we're getting ready for the cold winter days ahead. At the same time we'll also be looking ahead to warm spring days of new lambs and fresh, green grass coming up in the pastures. (And, unless there's another no-show year in the lambing maternity ward, the LAMB-CAM will return!)