Even Vir came home at noon.
|Wednesday, after shoveling - and a snowblower assist from Vir!|
Of course, if one is home, and being sensibly NOT glued to a screen watching people report on the snow and talk about which roads one sensible people should not be on, one ought to do somethign else. So I knit. The middle mitten is the first of a pair that I am currently knitting. The left mitten is also from my needles, but has been dubbed "Sasquatch's Mitten" because of it's generous size. Brown Mitten #2 is about halfway done, and should get finished tomorow. Today's calendar does not have much space for concentrated knitting. This pattern, for whatever reason, requires concentration. I have made SO MANY mistakes in the pattern that required me to rip back to fix them. Totally unlike me. Obviously, I need to practice concentrating.
And -- soup! This week's tureen contained Cream of Cauliflower Soup, and as pictured below, Carrot Soup. Filia and I spiked ours with a bit of miso, and it was delicious. Nutmeg and a dollop of sour cream crossed my mind too, but I thought that might clash with the cumin and chili powder in the recipe.
Until next week ...