It is a gorgeous morning here in Eastern PA. The temp was only 55 on my way into work this a.m. and it felt so nice. My car was covered with dew and luckily I noticed a Praying Mantis on my windshield before I turned my wipers on. I moved him onto a plant at the edge of our driveway where I think he'll be happier.
I've made some progress on my Cascading Leaves sock (the first one). The heel flap is finished and I am ready to turn the heel.
Once again it has come to work with me and perhaps I'll be able to complete the heel today. So far this week, I have not knit at lunch...but hopefully today. I can't say enough good things about this Make Do Yarn dyed by Vicki - it is SO nice to knit with...soft and squishy. Love it!
On the reading front, I started Before We Were Yours and am about 50 pages into it. So far it is ok - I feel about it like I did about Where the Crawdads Sing. It's good, but not great writing by any means. But, it is holding my attention which is more than I can say for some of my recent reads. Fletch and I are continuing to enjoy reading Tom Sawyer after dinner. And, we are continuing to laugh out loud as we read it. Fun!
I've been getting into the Fall baking/cooking mode recently. I made a batch of Toffee Pecan cookies on Monday and tonight I'm hoping to make either a pie, tart or cobbler with some of the last of the garden rhubarb along with blackberries and raspberries. Not that I need any of these sweet treats mind you, but I enjoy making them.
Linking up with Kat and friends on this Unraveled Wednesday. Head on over to see what others are making and reading.