Wednesday, October 28, 2015
The Vernon Gansey, Day 24
Next up on the needles ... ripping back several rows on a Latvian mitten, centering the design properly, and finishing a pair of Latvian mittens. Except for when the yarn (ordered yesterday) for a certain Jayne-style hat comes in, when I will be working on the hat. And when traveling ... I have some yarn for a pair of traveling socks now. And Wendy Johnson's Sanquhar Cowl, and Fair Isle Cowl, and Crazy Norwegian Cowl, are all calling me. Loudly. But ... the mittens get to be first. And probably a class that I need to write up, too. That has a deadline.
Construction work is ... possibly done for the year? Could it really be? I arrived home yesterday to see, through the rain which started promptly at 4:00, JUST when the forecast said it would, shiny black streets in front of our house. And this morning, the 8x4 plywood board that was covered with all sorts of workplace notices (the sort of thing that is normally above the water cooler, I believe) was removed from our front yard (which may have functioned like a water cooler for this project, slightly. The yellow grass that was underneath it is getting happier by the minute.) The only thing I can think of remaining is popping in whatever grass seed stuff they want to put down at this time of year.
Exercise in the cooler months looks to be quite doable. One bike, one trainer (a sort of stand for the back wheel, so one can pedal away and go nowhere), and one good book seems to be all I need. If I only read the book while I am pedaling, and manage not to curl up on the couch with it, I will get in plenty of exercise. Good books are addictive!
I received an e-mail from the college today, informing me that Filia is on their graduation list for this fall. Six weeks from Saturday, as a matter of fact. How the time has flown! (insert proud maternal beam). More transitions all 'round.
From the mind of Carolyn