Happy “Half-Price Candy Day,” everybody!
I think yesterday’s Halloween celebrations were a success, at least in my neck of the woods. I dressed up as a spooky witch for work, then put out candy and jack-o-lanterns for trick-or-treaters, and left to hang out with friends, watch spooky movies, and hand out candy (their neighborhood gets a lot more kids than mine.
I ate a bunch of candy (oops), a slice of delicious pumpkin cake, and more cheese and crackers than is strictly necessary. It was all delicious.
But this morning I’m feeling a little like I need to spend my morning munching on something a little healthier. And maybe my knitting should be a little healthier, too.
I’m not sure if it’s true, but “they” say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. This hat might not have any healing properties, but, dang it’s cute!
Lil’ Apple Hat by Iryna BoehlandAnd there’s nothing better for a nice healthy breakfast than a big bowl of fiber-rich oatmeal.
Oatmeal Pullover by Jane RichmondI’m not a huge fan of kale, but I make myself eat it anyway, since I know it’s super good for me. I’d make this shawl in a heartbeat- what a pretty way to get your kale!
Baby Kale Shawl by Celeste YoungDid you overindulge last night, too?