How lucky we are!
I am sitting at my living room table in my home. UNBELIEVABLE, you got that right!
This iron worker's daughter, born in Sulzbach-Rosenberg-Huette in Germany in the early 1950s, is buying her own home in beautiful San Diego, California.
I am listening to Little Steven's Underground Garage on SiriusXM radio, on the TV. UNBELIEVABLE, mind blowing.
These songs playing right now are so 60s it's like someone bought all my old records and is playing them one by one, just for me. Eric Burdon and all the other British invasion bands. Me as a German back than heard more British than American music anyway. It's almost like they are doing this just for me.
I am writing a blog entry, now that is certainly the most UNBELIEVABLE!
Actually being comfortable on the computer, blogging, writing about my knitting, crocheting, sewing adventures, life adventures, dogie adventures, cooking adventures, etc. I could have never guessed that. Not back then when the music was recorded and not even 10 years ago.
After blogging on this Sunday morning I am also going to finish a pattern I wrote. The German version still needs to be published on Ravelry.
I am finally writing all my ideas down, create them, photograph them and then sell them. If that is not UNBELIEVABLE then I don't know what is.
The ravelry site and the etsy site are up and running selling my yarn-stube design. Recently I found another website named Patternfish. I will have to find the time to publish the patterns there too.
The most UNBELIEVABLE however is that I am working on the next aircraft carrier for the Navy. Yes, that is the most non grasping personal challenge that I could have ever wished for. I have become an American citizen and totally enjoy going to work every day. Shut the front door AMAZING!
OK, seriously. I must get back to writing the pattern. Stop stalling Renate.