So happy to be HOME today! The past two days have been fairly intense. I still have a number of reports to run today, but at least I can do them here at home. Since I had to go into the office the last couple of weeks I've been noticing a definite pick up in traffic. I guess more and more folks are back to work. I really liked going to the office in April when there was virtually no one on the road!
Not much crafting of any kind has taken place since the weekend (hoping to remedy that today). My Hellebore Hitchhiker hasn't seen any love in days! I brought it out last night to perhaps make another tooth, but my eyes were just too tired.
Luckily Bonny reminded me that Hitchhikers can be extremely patient! I had forgotten that, but it's true.
Over the last week I did manage to make two more Granny Squares.
I'm continuing to have fun with these and enjoying the play of different colors. These two really show how different fingering weight yarn can be. The square on the right is obviously smaller than the one on the left yet they have the same number of rows in them. Thin yarn versus thick yarn.
One thing I have been doing is cooking. Last night I made pesto using some of the garlic scapes from our garden.
Oh my! So yummy. We had it on linguini and I added some artichoke quarters and kalamata olives to the dish. We had this alongside some fish and also roasted cherry tomatoes. It is supposed to get way too hot today (90+), so dinner will be a cold salad. I'll get Fletch to pick lettuce from the garden before it gets too hot.
On the reading front I started the next "Read With Us" book: Wild Game which so far is a fast read. I read a few chapters last night before falling asleep and I think this one will hold my attention.
Linking up with Kat and her merry band of unravelers (channeling a bit of Ken Kesey this a.m.).
Planning to catch up on blog reading today...and get my work finished before Noon. Hoping your week is going well so far!