17 Responses to eye candy friday

  1. Lolly says:

    This photo is amazing, E. I gasped when I saw it!
    Your mom’s blog went right to my Bloglines – I am so happy to see that she is keeping one. I can’t wait to see and hear more about their new home…

  2. Olgajazzy says:

    it doesn’t want to cool off here, still at high 70ies. It’s gorgeous photo!
    How exciting, fellow singapourean blogger Vanessa of coloursknits is visiting her parents there now =) I hear it’s always hot in there and I bet it will be a nice vacation for you to take once your parents are settled down.

  3. maryse says:

    that’s a beautiful photo. i agree, nothing like the light in october.

    and that’s cool that your mom has a blog. i’ll be sure to peak in.

  4. schrodinger says:

    That picture is inspiring! It makes me ask myself what I have against autumn in the first place, then I come home from work while it quickly darkens, and I remember why….

    Love that your Mum has a blog!!

  5. Michelle says:

    This brought me out of lurkerdom — I’ve read you for a while, Erin, but, being knitblogless, never commented — till I saw that your parents (who are adorable) are now stationed in Singapore! I’m going back in November for my biennial visit, and — and here’s where I come up empty — I’d like to say I’d love to meet them, except that that might be kind of stalkery, seeing as how I haven’t met *you* and we live in the same town! I’ll settle for saying I hope they have an awesome time, which it sounds like they are. And maybe I’ll make it out to a SitnKnit someday and meet you. (I’ve only made it to one, since I work late most weekdays and weekends are almost always no-gos for me.)

    So let’s terminate and summarize this stalker comment with a wave, an official hi-I’m-reading, and best wishes to you, your parents, and both your blogs. :-) Yay!

  6. Ms. Tabitha says:

    Just left a comment on your parents’ blog… I’ve been lurking on here for a while and have absolutely fallen in love with the Bainbridge Scarf pattern you’ve so generously given us readers.

    Anyway, I thought it was rather cool that your parents are now from the country I was born and raised in!! Amazing!!! Such a small world!

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