I'm happy to write that the sun is OUT this morning. It came up like a giant red beach ball and now it is shining brightly. It is actually supposed to get up to 55 or so today. I guess our crazy roller coaster weather is just going to continue.
Last night I was able to get a start on my little brother's socks for Christmas.
The ribbing (15 rows) of the cuff is finished. The yarn is Lorna's Laces and the colorway is "Baltic Sea." It is knitting up kind of muddy/grey, but looking at the cake, you can see there are browns, blues and greens in it. I may need to add a bit of a pop of color at the heel and/or toe. I plan to use the pattern Petty Harbour (free on Ravelry) which I have knit before. It's a simple pattern (4 row repeat) that is easy to memorize. Hopefully that means I can get this pair of socks finished in time to mail to CO for Christmas.
This will be a short day at work. Our Thanksgiving luncheon is in Glen Mills at Noon which means leaving the office around 11 a.m. And...if tradition holds, Bobby will just tell everyone to go home after the lunch. That works for me - perhaps I can catch a quick nap since Fletch and I are going to the George Winston concert tonight.
With that, I guess I'd best get going on what I need/want to accomplish today. Hope everyone's Tuesday is shaping up well.