As you know I have been attending knit and sit sessions at The Knitting Basket in Rosemont every Tuesday. Although Angie has a Facebook page, she didn't have a blog. So on Thursday morning I went over and set up a blog for her called The Knitting Basket. As it says on her first post, it's under construction, and I know there will not be another post on there until next Tuesday, as that is when I will see her next. Now to ask you a HUGE favour, would you mind popping over and saying a quick hello for me; just click on the names in blue above.
Although Angie is a very talented knitter, blogging is quite a foreign concept to her, and like it was for all of us, there is going to be a bit of a learning curve. However if you do follow the blog I can guarantee there will be a lot of great things in the future that she will be featuring.
I took a couple of photos while in the store this morning:
Have to say I had a great time with Angie setting this up.
This week's "Home of the Week," isn't bad and would be perfect if it didn't cost $1.4 million, too expensive for me. Even the back yard is nice with a lot of plantings. I agree though the red of that sitting room, is going to take a lot of primer to cover it before painting it a more neutral colour and red is my favourite colour!
At $1.2 million for this week's "Condo of the Week," I don't think it is a bargain despite it being owned once over by Robertson Davies. Don't worry I had no idea either who the heck he was that is why I put a link in with his name. IF YOU DON'T DO ANYTHING ELSE WITH THIS POST, PLEASE CLICK ON THIS CONDO LINK AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK OF THE PICTURE IN THE SECOND PHOTO. I am not going to tell you what I think, but I would think my face would have the same expression! Overall the condo isn't bad, but I don't love it.
The "Cottage of the Week," is back; now for those of you who are familiar with my posts, "cottage" is a word open to interpretation when it comes to these posts!!! This weeks, has a $3.3 million price tag on it and is nearly 6,000 square feet, which is four times the size of an average house for goodness sakes? The photos of the outside were taken last year, especially the one showing you the path to the dock, as the flowers aren't out yet in that area. In fact we had frost last night, so if the first one was taken recently those annuals would probably be dead unless they took them in overnight. Beautiful "cottage" but you would need a housekeeper to keep a place that size clean.
Finally Our Little Munchkin is sick AGAIN!! More to follow on that.