What do you blog about when you’ve spent most of the week trying to hibernate?
Yeah, I don’t know either.
It’s been quiet. Most of the holiday decorations have been put away. We are back to the normal routine of school and work.
The weather is terribly, disappointingly warm. I fear we will pay for it this summer.
We did trek out into town yesterday to make a Trader Joe’s run and to visit my friend Jessie in the hospital – she’s just had her appendix out.
I bound off the body portion of my Wicked sweater; now I have only to do the sleeves. I want to fly through them so I can get to a new project because I have seen – and felt – the new Juniper Moon Farm yarn. It is swoon – worthy, just you wait and see.
I have a decent stash of Sabine I’d like to put to use, and I may have mentioned that I have been hoarding a stash of Chadwick since it’s been discontinued. So much knitting to do, so little time.
The good news is that I’ve seen a lot of Susan this week. It’s lovely to have her back around after her extended stay in Texas.
The animals are doing splendidly and our heads are full of plans to improve the land come spring.
It’s a good time to hibernate.