I have been awake since 10 AM yesterday. I have no idea why. It resulted in lots, lots of knitting getting done overnight. It has also resulted in my being alternately punchy and goofy. What a day to have a therapy appointment. At least I had the good sense to wear pretty boots:
There is all kinds of nervous conversation here about some possible snowflakes falling Friday or Saturday. I have to go to the grocery store tomorrow anyway; as long as there are a couple of gallons of milk in stock, things will be good here.
Kathy has been knitting socks. (Click through to see the prettiness.) Isn't it peculiar how we sometimes only want to knit one type of thing? For Kathy, it's been socks. I've had streaks of nothing but washcloths, or cowls, or Barbie clothes. Right now, I'm in the mood to make hats. Too bad I've got a sweater and a scarf on my needles. . .
Who am I kidding? Cast-on-itis is so common among knitters that none of us think twice about it. So, hat patterns, here I come!
*Who would your ring [a] bell for? At this moment, our country.
*Do you have a quote that soothes you? "If it doesn't open, it's not your door." Who else among you has a Ravelry pattern? 708 and counting in my library there! What is one of your all time favorite patterns!? This one for making socks flat. Have you tweaked a recipe and had it turn out well? Not that I can remember. Have you seen a drone yet in your area ? No. We get blimps a lot because of UGA football, though. *Have you entered a contest lately? No.
*Can you share a meatless dinner idea? I'm afraid not; we've always been a rather meat-centric household.
*What is the last movie you watched? Do you watch more in summer or winter? "AntMan." My watching habits really don't change with the seasons.