Joining in with Kat and crew to share what I’m knitting and reading. Believe it or not, I’m still working on Sam’s birthday blanket. We did get out a little more this week.
We knitted through nap time (twice),
got a pedicure,
met up with friends for coffee and knitting (twice),
We also watched Georgia Tech lose (I hate to say this, but I think that’s probably good practice … being a Tech fan is hard). And we watched the Yankees lose twice … and then win twice (hopefully we’ll see them win two more times – I’m also hoping the blanket is done before the World Series starts!). We also watched a few episodes of Chelsea (which I justified because feminism. never too young to learn about that).
Apart from all that, we’ve listened to hours of Audible. Last week I finished A Gathering of Shadows and immediately started A Conjuring of Light, the concluding book in the trilogy. These books do have some violence, and there’s some PG-13 sex, but I think the themes of good vs. evil, loyalty, friendship and family are solid lessons for any age. I’m going to start Beartown next; trust the themes in that book will serve little Sam well, too.
So here’s to monogamous knitting – and hopefully I’ll have a new project to share next week!
Head over to Kat’s to see what others are knitting and reading. And thank you Kat for hosting!