Thank you so much for writing all those wonderful emails and Ravelry messages about my Willa Whale pattern! I feel so blessed to be able to connect with such lovely knitters from all over the world! Willa Whale’s   pattern was downloaded for free by 546 people over that last two days before the coupon code expired and I am overjoyed that she is so loved. Her pattern is still trending at no.1 on Ravelry, I have never had a pattern trend at no.1 before and each time I check and still see her there my heart skips a beat with utter glee!! Thank you all so much!

We had a tremendous rain storm here last night and this morning our garden looked so fresh and inviting, I wanted to capture the raindrops on the lemons and the Autumn leaves on the ground…

Richard returned back from his Sani 2 Sea challenge on Friday and recorded quite a lot of video footage from the race, it was beautiful! The scenery was spectacular! As he was downloading the videos from the camera, it seized and now when we look at the SD card, it has no video files on it!! I have been trying to recover these files for him since yesterday. There is so much software out there claiming to recover lost files and it does not work. He is quite devastated about it. Please, if you know anything about recovering video files on an SD card I would love to hear from you!! He was using a GoPro camera.

Have a lovely Sunday

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5 Responses to Sunday

  1. Andee May 19, 2013 at 6:12 pm #

    Woo Hoo. That is so exciting. Congrats to Willa Whale! Such a cute pattern.

  2. Barbara Szatkiewicz May 19, 2013 at 10:51 pm #

    You are very talent and super gracious to share that talent. Hugs!

  3. Nancy in the capital of the Chickasaw Nation May 19, 2013 at 11:45 pm #

    Alas! I did not see the post about Willa until today. A day late and a dollar short — well, more than that after I buy the pattern for Willa! Love her! Good show, Linda!

  4. laminitagirl May 20, 2013 at 12:59 pm #

    I agree with Barbara – Willa is a stunningly beautiful pattern. Thank you for your kindness in letting us all adopt her! Do you really have tulips blooming during your autumn? Ours (Indiana in the US) bloom in the spring after a long winter’s nap. I must say that I sometimes feel like a voyeur into your life by reading your blog. It is a wonderful snapshot of family life on the other side of our globe. Thanks for the opportunity to do that.

  5. laminitagirl May 20, 2013 at 1:01 pm #

    Oops, I meant to reference Andee’s comment. I agree with both commenters, actually. That’s what happens so early on a Monday morning! Getting back into routine after a weekend of play!!

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