It is another beautiful day here in Eastern PA. We've been having low humidity and cooler nights which make for perfect sleeping weather.
The other day I was able to knit a bunch of rows on the Tosh Tart sock and I've now started the heel flap.
Hoping to again be able to work on this at lunch and get through the flap and the heel turn. Tosh yarn is just a delight to knit with and the color is wonderful.
The only unraveling that has occurred is on the appliance side - oh joy! Saturday I put the sheets in the washer. When the cycle had ended I took them out of the washer to hang outside. They were dripping - as in the spin cycle had not spun! Luckily it was a sunny and breezy day, so the sheets did dry. I tried another small load thinking it was just a fluke, but the same thing happened. So, the "appliance wizard" (a repair person Fletch calls whenever we have an issue) is coming over today. I'm hoping for a quick (inexpensive) fix rather than having to go out and buy a new machine. But, honestly, I can't remember when we bought the washer and we can't seem to find any manual/paperwork for it. That leads me to believe that it is over 20 or 25 years old! If we do need to replace it, I guess I won't be surprised.
We did finally start to look at cars over the weekend too. We want something economical to drive, and looked at VWs and Mazdas. Monday Fletch checked out Hondas and Subarus. He still wants to check out a few Hybrids (I think Toyotas) and then we will road test some. So far we like the Subaru CrossTrek and the VW Golf - both small SUVs - almost like high station wagons. I drove Colin's Mazda 3 yesterday and really like it, but it is 2 years old and I don't like the newer model. Luckily we are not in a huge rush.
Meanwhile, my week at work has been spent on large spreadsheets. More of the same today.
To find out what others are up to, hop over to Kat's to see what folks are knitting/reading this week.