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the month (I always do!) and then ended up with kids who were sick most of the
month. I thought we were in the clear,
finally, but then this weekend the littlest among us got sick as well.
scarf. In fact this cute little 3 year
old really likes to unravel it. Even if
I think I am making progress, I really am not, so I figured it best to set it
aside for a bit since I was getting a wee bit upset about the whole thing!
being able to pick out any random pattern and make it into a scarf which
appeals to me, and so I decided to cast on a new scarf.
and I realized they are actually better sized for Lucy now, so I thought I
would knit Emma a new scarf. You may
think, a scarf, in March, why bother? It’s
almost Spring! Ah, not so, at least not
in Maine where we are expecting another foot of snow…
finish. It was a really easy project
essentially just knitting a rectangle, and then I have to tack the arm holes
together. It is for Emma for Easter, now
I just need to find a dress that will go with it – does anyone do that? Knit something and then look for the main
part of the outfit?
purely based on the amount of time we all spent cuddled on the couch. You can see all of my February reads here.
Reay. I am about halfway through and
enjoying it quite a bit. A couple of the
characters are a little grating on my nerves, but I think that is the purpose
of them, and so I am ignoring my feelings and continuing on with the story,
hoping that things turn out the way I want them to.
at the beginning of the month, and then pretty much immediately put it down
because I needed to be able to concentrate on it, and couldn’t with the kids,
so I need to start that again.
ago, and have referred to it several times, but haven’t read it all the way
through. I love anything about habits
and routines and rhythms, so I think I will like this, plus it has come up a
few times on different podcasts I listen to, so I take that as a sign I ought
to sit down and read it.
are you working on this week?