Hello My Friends,
How did we already get past the halfway mark of May? Yesterday was a pretty nice day weather-wise though very, very windy in the afternoon. We actually had to close the door to the patio when we sat down for dinner it was so windy!
My office visit yesterday was ok. Very busy (which is a good thing - makes the time fly by). Today should be similar and again I will plan to leave no later than 1 p.m. I have a few stops to make on my way home and this morning on my way to the office I need to stop and have blood work done. I'll be thankful for a day with no errands or stops on the way to and from the office!
Here we are at Wednesday again which means it is time to link up with Kat and her Merry Band of Unravelers to talk making and reading. If you read my post on Monday, then you know that I was (finally) able to finish knitting and felting my second French Market Bag. I can't wait to use it! My other knitting time was a bit limited, but I managed to finish some more rows on the Guernsey Wrap.
I know it does not look much different, but it is longer...now 42" (unblocked...obviously). Chart C has been fully knit once. It will be knit once again and then a portion of it knit for a third time...then there will be some garter stitch rows and binding off! That is still 143 rows...so a little way to go. The difficult part is finding time to knit this week.
On the reading front, I am so happy to say that I finally finished Young Mungo Monday night. I did not like it...at all. But I'll be happy to discuss it with others in the "Read With Us" group. Now I am happily into Salvage the Bones and enjoying it very miuch.
Time for me to get going. Hope everyone has a great Wednesday!