The shortest day of the year today, and it doesn't feel like winter at all - the sun is shining and it's 15 degrees Celsius. Perfect weather for carting compost and planting garlic, which is just what I've been doing this morning - feeling wonderfully wholesome and dirty.
And because all things are in balance today:
Italy 1 - New Zealand 1
Tootling car horns woke me some time around 3am, and I wondered, but rolled over and went back to sleep because NZ beating Italy at calcio is impossible. Obviously! But a draw we'll take and honk our horns and dream of more impossible things - like maybe winning the Rugby World Cup!
On the knitting front, Matariki mark 1 is done. It's not supposed to have a contrasting collar, I just ran out of yarn ;-)
And that first pic? Yesterday Ryan got a haircut, lost a tooth, and developed an instant lisp. Not sure what balances that (apart from loosing the other tooth so that he can sing "All I want for Chrithmath is my two front teef").
Look at this! Just because it's all about balance today - while I was writing this big black clouds blew in, and now it's cold, windy and about to rain - hello winter!