Time continues to be moving at warp speed for me. The days are just getting away from me.
A little bit of knitting and crocheting has taken place. Not a lot, but a bit. First up, the Hellebore Hitchhiker now has 12 teeth and 50 stitches on the needle.
So many pretty colors in this yarn and it is all flowing together so smoothly.
My brother's sock is progressing as well.
Hard to see the herringbone pattern on this, but it's a bit more visible in real life. Again, this yarn is full of such pleasing colors. I'll probably do about 5-10 more rows and then start the heel flap (right now it has 15 rows of ribbing at the cuff and then 62 rows with the pattern and plain knitting).
Finally, a few more Granny Squares were made.
This is proving to be a fun project. I'm up to 16 squares so far. I think once I hit 25 I'll lay them out and see how they all look together.
My reading mojo isn't fully back yet. I keep starting and stopping books, but I am almost finished "Olive Kitteridge" which I am re-reading in preparation for reading "Olive, Again." I must have read Olive Kitteridge when it was first published and I don't remember any of it! Some of the stories are just so bleak (maybe it's the time we are in right now?). I have one or two stories/chapters left and then I will pause before picking up Olive, Again. Fletch and I are continuing to read "All the Little Live Things" by Wallace Stegner (a favorite author of mine). This book too has some dark bits to it, but we are now more than halfway through.
Once again, linking up with Kat for Unraveled Wednesday. Head on over to her space to see what she and others are making and reading.