I was born and raised in New England, left to live in Florida for 27 years, then moved back to the Northeast in 2005. Long story short, bad things happened and I ended up alone with my youngest son. Once he graduated high school I was forced to move back down to Florida due to the fact that my income was not compatible with New Hampshire living.
I had greatly enjoyed sharing my stories of life in New Hampshire on this blog, but once I no longer lived there, the blog seemed pointless. It has sat idle for a while now as I’ve tried to figure out what to do with it. (My Florida blog is Seashells by Millhill.)
Since I am a New England girl at heart, and it is where I learned to love knitting, I have decided to turn this blog into a knitting blog. No one knits in Florida (probably not true, but feels that way), so I am channeling my sweet memories of the North, sitting in front of the wood stove while the snow falls, when I sit down and pick up my needles.
Posts now will be more about knitting (or my humble attempts at it) than New England life, sad to say. I will still try to throw some New England stories and links in here and there for old times sake.
By the way, I consider myself a beginner knitter, and if you are beginning too, feel encouraged! If you are experienced, I welcome your kind advice.