Good Morning All!
How are you this morning? I did manage to get my first Shingrix shot yesterday and I have a sore arm, but nothing else. That's the good news. The bad news is that I woke up with vertigo this morning. Geeze! It's always something! I had vertigo for the first time back in the Spring. Fortunately, I now have a prescription, so I took a pill and went back to bed and was able to sleep for another hour. My plan had been to go to the office today (and Trader Joe's), but at this point I can't drive, so unless things improve, I'll be home all day.
But, it is Wednesday which means it is time to link up with Kat and her Merry Band of Unravelers to talk making and reading. I'm happy to show you that one of Fletcher's Cafe Au Lait socks has been finished and the second one has been started (no 2nd sock syndrome here!!).
It's difficult to see the pattern with this yarn, but it feels great! I'm knitting Hermione's Everyday Socks (free on Rav) on the legs. Feet are plain.
Honestly, I don't know what my issue is, but the first sock took a month to knit! Now I'm halfway down the leg on sock #2 in just 4 days. My second socks always knit up faster than the first...but a month to complete a sock is just ridiculous!
On the reading side of things, no finishes for me this week. I am now halfway through The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles. I don't know what it is about this book, but I'm able to put it down very easily. LOL I'm liking the book ok, but it does seem to drag on and on and on. I loved Towles' other books ("A Gentleman in Moscow" and "Rules of Civility") and breezed through them. Not so much with this one. A few of you have told me you have had the same experience with this.
Be sure to check in at Kat's to see what others are making and reading. It is always inspiring! Have a wonderful Wednesday.