Finally! The weekend is upon us. Rainy (and chilly) this a.m. which I was not expecting. But, the good news is the forecast for tomorrow. Originally my forecast was showing 3-6" of sleet and snow. By last night that had dropped to 1-3". As of this morning, no accumulation is forecast. It could end up being mostly rain. So, YAY for no snow (fingers crossed). Hopefully the rain will end when they say - around 10:30 this morning...Colin is doing another volunteer stint helping to clean up the river behind his office complex this afternoon.
It was quite windy (again) by the time I got home yesterday, but Fletch grilled anyway - hot and sweet Italian sausage. I had him grill enough that there is plenty left over so that I can make some sauce this weekend (LOVE home-made spaghetti sauce with grilled sausage). I sautéed some peppers, onions, mushrooms and yellow squash and we had a nice baguette to go with everything.
Colin read several chapters in Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" after dinner. Gosh it is a sad book, but Faulkner's language is so sparse and wonderful. The guys watched the new Star
The color is #35 - Baltimore. It's a bit on the patriotic side with red, white and blue in it, but there is also some black and gold. I think it will turn out pretty and it is perfect easy knitting for work or when I'm too tired to concentrate on lace work. I managed to get 10 rows of ribbing done last night and I brought it to work with me today, so hopefully will finish up the ribbing and start on the leg.
Tyg, as you can see, was lazy last night (and not interested in Star Wars either).
We have no real plans for the weekend. I have some cleaning that really needs to be done (bathrooms for one) and the usual laundry and grocery shopping. Otherwise we will just be hanging out which sounds perfect to me. Whatever your plans are, I hope you have a wonderful weekend - enjoy!!