Well Good Morning! It is chilly (about 32 this a.m.), but sunny. I guess winter is upon us (for a bit anyway). Tomorrow's forecast is for snow/sleet/rain/more snow/etc. No real accumulation for us is forecast (Colin & Mailing could get 3-5"). I'm betting everyone comes to work anyway because tomorrow is our Thanksgiving luncheon here - always a tasty time.
Meanwhile, I have nothing to show you! There has been no progress on the sock. Last night I cast on for fingerless mitts which I want to make for my brother and SIL in CO for Christmas, but after 5 rows of ribbing I ripped them out: 1) I was using red yarn and red needles (don't ask why - I don't know) and, of course, I was having trouble seeing the yarn and 2) I think they were going to be too small (like kid size instead of adult size). I've decided to try knitting some up in my left over Lopi yarn from my Sigla sweater. They should be extra toasty for all the wintry weather they get in CO.
Reading is continuing - I'm still reading "To The Bright Edge of the World" and enjoying it immensely. I'm taking my time with it because the language is so beautiful. The Alaskan folk tales contained within the story are really good too. The only issue I have is that I tend to feel really cold when I read it - lol. Alaska in April in 1885 with snow and ice and no food and Indians and animals....oh dear!
Hope this mid-week check-in finds you all doing well!