These are the granola bars that Bill and I made last night. He said they are great. I cannot be objective as granola bars are way down on my list of breakfast choices. I will say the recipe was easy and was chock full of healthy stuff. Ina Garten has never steered me wrong.
As to all the inquiries about my knitting project..... I will tell all here and let's never speak of it again, shall we? I took to knitting immediately as it combines some of my favorite things; handwork; fiber; a lovely end product (one would hope!). I knitted and purled like a madwoman on the way to Virginia, in Virginia, and on the way back. I knitted one whole skein and had about 1 foot of knitted textile when some of the little problems with it started to bother me. I ripped it out. I started once more and ripped it all out. I attempted a third time and when a dropped stitch happened "out of the blue", I admitted defeat. My mistakes were confirmed to be unfixable by Lorelei and my love affair with knitting was over. At least for now. The yarn shop still calls out to me. Maybe, someday, in a fit of weakness I will attempt again. I sent the lovely hand dyed teal yarn home with Lorelei to Dallas. I hope it lives out it's yarn destiny there and I wish it the best. I'll be okay. Really.
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