- Asparagus can get nipped by frost, just like Bleeding Heart. Mushy Asparagus, straight from the garden ... anyone?
- One knitting article was sent off, complete with patterns, photos, and more mittens to photo, comfortably ahead of a deadline
- Test knitting is chugging along nicely. I've figured out how I can best manage 3 strands of yarn, but still wonder why people felt a need to improve on Fair Isle's two.
- The enrollment of my Precept study on Revelation, Part I, exploded. We're now at 8!
- Easter was a whirl of kitchen prep, two services with and Easter breakfast sandwiched in between, and a wonderful afternoon at my mom's.
- Our hot water heater decided that 180+ was a much better temperature than 120.
- I learned how to reset a water heater so we can avoid cold showers and baths before the repairman comes. One reset a day is keeping us supplied with lukewarm to WAY TOO HOT water. (When the water heater is misbehaving, look for steam clouds before even thinking of sticking a finger in to check the temperature)
- I made ginger Kombucha. Mmmm.
- I've reviewed 3 knitting submissions this past week, with one new arrival on the docket for this afternoon and tomorrow
- I read Tamora Pierce's Mastiff in one sitting, but managed not to read the two earlier books in the series in the same sitting. I still like Keladry better.
The week held other things, but that's the bulk of them. Filia is back in school now after Easter break, Filius continues to work independently, and I am looking forward to a quiet evening so I can sit back and retrench. Not that I really need re-trenching, but after the past week, I want to take a deep breath and make sure I'm not missing something.
If anyone has some spare Spring, my asparagus wouldn't mind borrowing it.