This time of year, the weather can be so pretty. But today, it’s just gloomy and nasty – those 2 dwarves that no one ever heard of.
You know how some people always know what to wear, no matter what the weather?
I am not one of those people.
The changing of the seasons gets me every time. The house is chilly so I put on long sleeves. Get all ready to go out. Step into the driveway and start sweating.
Or I put on a t-shirt and freeze all day.
You would think that after 40-mumble mumble years, I’d have this figured out.
I got a tetanus shot this week. The bruise is looking pretty…bruise-y. If you don’t want to see, move on down to the next section. I kept the pictures small for those with "delicate" constitutions.
Some knitting has been getting done.
Everyday Tweed. I’ve got another 4 rows before I check the length for the armholes and start working in the round on the body.
Red Rock Canyon sock. Have I made any progress at all? Almost ready to start the toe decreases.
I haven’t done any work on the vest. It requires bright light and a clear head and I just haven’t had both of those at the same time. This weather also tends to give me sinus headaches and I won’t attempt to work on black knitting when that’s going on.
Wednesday was Tom’s Grandmother’s 100th birthday. She’s doing well and we’ll be going to a party, for her, this weekend. She might not be there but that’s understandable. The party is from 5PM – 9PM, at a restaurant in NY. Might not have been the best planning job.
When I turn 100 (WHEN, not IF) I’ll be in bed by 5pm, watching Judge Judy so I can sleep.
I think I need to try a new setting on my clothes washer. I can’t seem to get out all of those stubborn, clingy pet hairs. You’d think that the dryer lint screen would have picked that up, tho.