January in Review

Time to wrap up January, it's done. 

Some bitter cold and a little snow didn't stop us from enjoying this month, but we may have hibernated more than we explored. 

 1) The pier. 2) The jetty. 3) The sea. 4) The sky, 

1) The pier. 2) The jetty. 3) The sea. 4) The sky, 

It's never a bad time to be at the beach. Some days were too icy cold to go walking, but we tried our best to get out on those that were not. 

 1) Now spinning. 2) Now growing. 3) Now snowy. 4) Now quilty. 

1) Now spinning. 2) Now growing. 3) Now snowy. 4) Now quilty. 

We played records, we sewed, we did projects and we admired the outside, mostly from the inside, this month. Watchercats were scarce, sticking to warmer spots, I hope. I worked at The New School of Monmouth County again this month, and will be back in March. 

 1) The Honey Pot Bee commences. 2) Boarded up, but not unwelcoming in Ocean Grove.  3) A bright and sunny day in Asbury Park. 3) Pillow for Pit. 

1) The Honey Pot Bee commences. 2) Boarded up, but not unwelcoming in Ocean Grove.  3) A bright and sunny day in Asbury Park. 3) Pillow for Pit. 

A good amount of sewing got done, some quilting, some projects advanced. It's a lovely time to sit and sew. We spent a lot of time with the cats, as well, as always,  

 1) Elvis took a trip. 2) The backyard birds puffed up. 3) Pitty loves his box. 4) Tom is a cat. 

1) Elvis took a trip. 2) The backyard birds puffed up. 3) Pitty loves his box. 4) Tom is a cat. 

So there wasn't much traveling and there was a lot of staying in the house. But there was modern art, and cats and time spent with family and friends. 

 1) Inspired by Cy. 2) Tommy plays the organ. 3) Elvis on the edge. 4) Sand castles, or beach construction.  

1) Inspired by Cy. 2) Tommy plays the organ. 3) Elvis on the edge. 4) Sand castles, or beach construction.  

So, January rolled on by, now we'll see how fast or slow February will go.