My life is tangled around Sonoma, CA, where my oldest sister, Carolyn and I and our husbands worked together for three years at a small residential care facility for the elderly. Carolyn still lives in Sonoma, and it is a joy not only to visit her but to visit dear friends and the uniquely beautiful Napa Wine Country.
This week I had the fun of watching two nearly two-year-olds race around a table in an amazing tangle of squealing energy:-) Then I took a tangle of wrong turns before finding a new yarn store near Carolyn's, but it was closed :-(
Tuesday evening Carolyn and I went down to the Sonoma square to the Farmer's Market...fabulous tangle of people, fresh flowers and vegetables and near the Sonoma Cheese Factory and the Mission buildings.
The next morning Carolyn and I drove north to Santa Rosa to the home of our friend, Dayle, and then Dayle drove the three of us on a winding tangled trail to visit a charming tea store and on to a picnic lunch overlooking the Pacific from Jenner, CA.
Back at Carolyn's, she and I have spent entirely too much time trying to untangle the Debra Norville's Serenity Garden yarn I am using to crochet a shawl...the yarn's name is especially promising at the moment :-)
Do you have a time limit for untangling yarn before you resort to cutting the yarn to continue your project?