Mustard Yellow Infinity Scarf: I Made It
Sweater: Thrift-ed $1
Minnetonka Moccasins: Thrift-ed 25 cents
Because I am a stay-at-home mom, my style is more on the casual side. Something that can withstand with taking care of two kids, keeping up with my very active son, running and playing around our yard. So what I wear has to be comfortable, yet looking presentable. I drove to the store this morning for a quick grocery shopping and this is what I wore. A bit of a chilly day so this thrift-ed sweater with my crocheted scarf gave me that comfy and warm feeling. Gotta look nice you know, even though you are just going to the store to pick up some few things. You never know who you are going to run into. Maybe the fashion police?!?! Anyway, about the weather, we have been experiencing some rainy days for almost a week now until tomorrow and the forecast says there will be three days of sunny and warmer weather, so it will be nice to be out of the house again. Although, my son and I had a great time playing outside and stumping in mud puddles. I like to spend some one-on-one time with my son especially now that he has a sister, so he does not feel like he is left out. It's important for the kids to feel loved and not neglected. That's why I wore my rain boots on, went outside and played like a child again with my boy. It was sure fun! How is your weather doing from you neck of the woods?
The crocheting bug bit me and since then I have been crocheting some scarves and hats for me and for my family. I made this mustard yellow infinity scarf just the other day and it will be perfect for the next cold season. I have a tad bit of knowledge when it comes to crocheting, and thank goodness Youtube is there to help you with some of the crocheting patterns and stuff. I want to make another scarf made out of some thicker yarn and in different color. What do you think of my new scarf? Let me know if you want one!
Have a great almost weekend, everyone!
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