Thursday, May 21, 2015

Home

Owl and I got home around noon.  I plan to go to fiber Friday at Crossroads tomorrow, Northwest Folklife  on Saturday, and knitting at Panera's on Sunday.
Peace,
f1bercat
shaping the planet with kitties!

wed night



Ok, what ever.  A lot of people showed up with gorgeous projects.

 Peace,
f1bercat
posting this 2 weeks late.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

owl visits Lady Liberty

Perfect ending to our trip. Also, I was able to turn the heels and start the gusset decreases during the graduation ceremony.
Peace,
f1bercat
shaping the planet from Liberty Island.

5 rows from the top

We have a great view of the  ceremony.


Can you see Moogie?

Peace,
f1bercat
shaping the planet from NYU's 2015 Graduation Ceremony at Yankee Staduim.

owl rides the subway to Yankee Stadium

No lie, the subway from Union Square to Yankee Stadium was so packed  that I could have lifted my feet and remained suspended. Luckily, I got a seat after 2 stops, and was able to knit.
Peace,
f1bercat
shaping the planet in a subway crush.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

owl goes to NYU 's CAS graduation

Can you see her on the stage at Madison Square Garden?  Today, owl attended Moogie 's NYU  College of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony.  The whole thing took about 2 hours. I got tons of knitting done. I have finished the feet, and started the sole flaps. The whole university ceremony is tomorrow morning at Yankee Stadium.  I should  be able to make it to the heel turns.

 After the ceremony today, we went to Little Italy for pizza at Lombardi 's.

Peace,
f1bercat
shaping the planet with a daughter who has GRADUATED!

Monday, May 18, 2015

owl's trip 6

Can you see the Statue of Liberty?  We could.  we walked back to the hotel on Union Square and met up with Poppop and Uncle Chuck. We all went to dinner at the Mermaid  Cafe, where it was happy hour all night. Moogie and I split a lobster roll. Then back to the hotel for the night. I walked a bit over 20,000 steps.
The Highline Park walk was a real treat.  If you make it to NYC, I recommend it.  You can climb the stairs to this former elevated train track in lots of places, and the views are always wonderful.  It is beautifully landscaped, and there are places to sit all along it.

Peace,
f1bercat
on the move in NYC.