Back to work. Back to normal.
Going back to work yesterday after being away for 5 days was tough. It wasn’t until I got to the security checkpoint at the office that I realized I wasn’t wearing my ID. First time I’ve ever forgotten it. Let me outta the office for a few days and I completely forget how to get ready for work.
At least I caught up on some blog reading yesterday morning in the wee hours (that insomnia thing) — I hadn’t really read any since last Thursday. So I feel like I’ve caught up a bit with the knitblog world.
And it looks like several of you have the bloggy blahs. Me too. I am finding myself totally uninteresting these days. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz . . . huh? What? Oh, sorry, I dozed off whilst writing this.
So I’m just chugging along on my projects and it doesn’t make for very exciting blogging.
And the weather doesn’t help. We got bitch-slapped with humidity earlier in the week and for the next couple of days it’s supposed to be unbearably hot. At least my sinus infection-thingie is just about gone now.
Lucy’s chilling in the a/c, though.
Doesn’t she look as cool as a little sealpoint cucumber?
On the Edge
And I do feel as though I’m teetering on the edge of some very cool projects. So things will liven up soon.
The Lucky tank will be done this week, and I’ve got a new very cool design I’ll be starting to knit after that.
And poor Ingeborg. I’m heartily sick of her, but she’ll be done at some point in the near future too. I knitted on the longest piece of lace on the train yesterday, so that’s done. It’s really quite pretty.
And I sewed the edging around the hem of Ingeborg’s body. And I’m quite happy with how it looks.
I still have a sleeve that I’ve not cast on for yet, but as soon as I get started on it, I can get the sleeve done in a week or so, knitting on it part time.
But first I’ll knit the rest of the lace edging.
I think I’ve hit on why I knit so fast. To try to avoid getting sick of what I’m knitting!