I've finished the cuff on this one, and I started working the pattern. I know - I should be thinking of that test knit, as it has a deadline. I am, but to be honest, I'm hoping to score something fabulous at Stitches tomorrow. I have a few places I want to hit, and I hope I can make all of them in an hour. I feel like I'm going to run a marathon tomorrow, and I'm really excited. And now it's raining. I think it's time for the sock now. And the Weather Channel. Hope you stay safe and dry.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
I'm currently sitting on my sofa, watching the dark clouds on the T.V. and listening to the thunder outside. We're under a Tornado Watch and Warning - I never could get the two straight, but since both cover us, I'm not too worried about it. It's kind of funny: I spent most of my childhood in Oklahoma, and they have tornadoes all the time. From May to November, it's tornado season there. I can remember the "duck and cover" position frequently at school, and faithfully participating in the drills. Eventually in high school, when I moved back to Georgia, I quit getting in that position. I figured that if the tornado was going to suck me up, I'd rather it not be bum first. It looks like our satellite is having difficulties picking up a signal, so as soon as I'm done writing this, I'm going back to my sock. I've thought about getting my wheel out and oiling her up and starting to spin, but I think I'm too lazy for that tonight.