Monday, May 8

4 leaf clovers

Our daughter has a knack for finding four and five leaf clovers. She was once running across the yard, stopped, picked a four leaf clover and kept on going. She just walks along, stops and picks them. I have searched and searched for many years - and last year found my first one. Last night we had a horse club meeting; it was held at the barn at the exhibition grounds. Katie entertained herself playing outside. And finding four and five leaf clovers. First she brought me a 5 leaf one. She found about 25 in an hour!! And a horseshoe! :) She must be one lucky kid!

It makes me wish that I had a mold and some resin - we could make 4 leaf clover keychains for her to sell. But we don't, so oh well.

Had a craft sale on Saturday. Didn't sell much at all. One of Dan's wooden bowls and 2 vases to one lady, and a spurtle to someone else. Oh well, it was a nice day of visiting.

Didn't sleep well last night. You know, there isn't much on TV at 2 in the morning. And I didn't feel like knitting.

I have to ball up a skein of wool, then I'll be able to finish a pair of socks that I am working on. Hopefully these ones will sell. I'm hoping to be able to put them in either the tourist bureau or the museum in town.

Not much to tell. A boring entry today.

4 comments:

Emma said...

Wow, she is lucky. I used to look for four-leaf clovers all the time when I was a kid, and I never found any!

Mary Anne said...

Dorothy,
your Katie is one lucky girl. I've never found a 4 leaf clover, never mind a 5 leaf.
I hope you feel better soon.
hugs,
mary anne

Donna said...

I have never found a 4 leaf clover and spent many hours of my youth searching for them. Katie is a lucky girl!!

Anonymous said...

I REALLY HAVE FOUND MILLIONS OF 4 LEAF CLOVERS AND HUNDREDS OF 5 LEAF CLOVERS AND IM NOT EVEN A TEENAGER YET