The new TKGA is rapidly approaching launch -- Friday should be the day! I don't expect to have much knitting time on Friday. Do check out The Knitting Guilde Association New Website, and if you're a knitter, consider joining! (If you're not a knitter, you can still donate. Donations are always welcome.)
The socks are finished and in the mail. Filius' Christmas hat is started, yarn is still enroute from Cornwall, and I hope to have another test knit next week. In short, knitting is going most beautifully.
The electrician came on Saturday as promised, and everything is ready for the installation of the bookcase. Well, except the actual bookcase. When the builder and I talked timeframes, the most specific we got was 'by the end of the year', so everything is still on schedule.
For some people, fall is hunting season. We're more the gatherer sort than the hunter sort in this household, but Canis is a big fan of exploring fields and seeing what he can find. Yesterday, he brought a spine back to my mom's house. I'm not sure where in the yard he has it stashed for snacking on, but it's somewhere. And about 2-3 ft long. It may go with the 6" bone connected to a 6" bone connected to a scapula-looking bone, which my mom's dog left on her front porch a few days ago. Maybe the spine will show up there too?
On that lovely note -- happy fall!