Still pretty HHH (Hazy, Hot, Humid) here. Truly the Dog Days of August. I think we will get a break in a couple of days. Meanwhile, there was a very pretty sunrise this morning.
It is so dark in the mornings now when I get up. I have to put lights on inside and outside when I come down to the kitchen to make coffee.
The leaves on the left in the picture above are from our morning glory vine which has done nothing this year. Not one single bud! And now it looks like some disease has set upon it (and my eggplant which is on the patio).
On the knitting front, very little has happened. That means no unraveling which is a good thing. The first watermelon non-wool sock is progressing slowly. The heel has been turned and the gusset decreases have been completed. The balance of the foot should be smooth sailing.
The yarn is fun! But this weather doesn't inspire me to pick up my needles. I just feel sticky when I start to knit. Oh well, that will change eventually.
I did manage to get more reading done and finished The Day The World Came To Town which I enjoyed. A quick read that makes you realize there really are some good, caring people in the world. I've also read a few excerpts from Late Migrations which is also enjoyable. On my nightstand I have Before We Were Yours which looks very good. I'm happy that my reading slump seems to be over.
Joining in with Kat on this Unraveled Wednesday. Head on over to her place to see what others are making and reading.