As I mentioned a few days ago, Colorado was heading into it's colder times of the year. Little did I know Colorado was barreling head first into a giant wall of freezing snow and iciness. A wall of freezing snow and iciness on OCTOBER 8th, no less. I guess we'll have fall next year.
Ultimately, I spent the weekend huddled around a space heater, or cuddling my cast iron soup pot. I drank about 1.6 gallons of hot chocolate, and I'm still frozen. This is likely due to the fact that I work in a building that was built in 1836 (yes folks, that is an eight right there) and live in a house built about 40 years later. It is as if Old Man Winter has affixed himself to me, and has done so quite unseasonably early. I think him coming in October is equivocal to my grandma waking up at 4 am, "just to start her day, dear"
I am committed to completing at least one of these two cold weather projects at some point this week. This Lotta Jandsotter draft stopper seems to be a decent attempt at warming up room. At least we'll try, no?
But this Corn Pillow is a delightful bit of heaven. I had one of these last winter, and it was the single best thing I owned when it was cold. I have since gifted it to a friend of mine who, quote "Needed it, because he had to sleep alone, and if he didn't have one he could likely die." Deep down, I knew he was right, so I gave away my beloved pillow.
You can find the DIY tutorial at Wily Wilco Craft Vixen.
You will have to forgive me today, I'm desperately tired, and I cannot think of anything to write. Why hello Monday.