The Colorwork Playbook

Have you ever wanted to learn crochet colorwork, but don’t know where to begin? If you've hung out around here long enough, you'll know that I'm big on teaching and I LOVE a good cheat sheet. So when Claire of E'Claire Makery told me about her new colorwork resource, I knew I had to share!

Montauk State Park

Inside the park is the spring that combines with Pigeon Creek to form the headwaters of the Current River. It is this spring that gives the water its beautiful green/blue hue. The water is so clear, you can see clear to the bottom of it. If you're a fisherman, this gives you a perfect view of where the fish are.

A dogwood tree begins to bud and bloom with one arm reaching out in front of a sandstone bluff in Hawn State Park.

Two Days at Hawn State Park

This time of year, with the rain and the air starting to warm, everything was just starting to bud and bloom. Hiking the Pickle Creek trail, we saw lots of small waterfalls as the water raced over the rocks. The creek has carved away at the sandstone around it creating beautiful bluffs and rock faces. Though those same rocks made this trail a more difficult trail, but it was worth it to see those bluffs with the creek racing along at the bottom, wildflowers and trees blooming up around the banks.

An Essentially Oiled Machine

While I'm not in the business of selling essential oils, I am a big advocate for them, and in case there are others out there that could benefit from the information, I want to do what I can to help empower others to take control of their health and wellness.

Love What Matters Feature

Hey y'all! If you caught my very random, first ever Instagram Live yesterday, you may have heard the news already, but ICYMI, I was so humbled to be featured on the Love What Matters blog! Psst! Do you hang out on Instagram? Me too! Come hang out with me! I've been a reader of Love … Continue reading Love What Matters Feature