It's a glorious September day, cool and breezy. The leaves have just begun to change against a deep blue sky. I should be out walking or biking but I'm recovering from a cold, so when I got home from work, I decided I needed some more rest.
Perhaps the demands at work have prompted me to do a few small (read "instant gratification") projects: bracelets with beads. I haven't made these for a while. I was so pleased with the way they came out that I decided to attach some tags and see if I could sell them.
While I was at Knitcircus, I couldn't resist a couple skins of Green Bay Packers-colored sock yarn. I don't do spectator sports, but I know a number of Packers fans who would appreciate these -- though I haven't yet decided who to gift them to.
These days I qualify as a peripatetic reader, too. I keep starting novels and putting them down after 20 or 30 pages. I'm sure there is nothing wrong with the books; I'm just having trouble settling in. I couldn't even get into the groove with Whistling Past the Graveyard, which so many bloggers have loved. The next two on top of the stack next to my bed are:
I'm joining up with Nicole to Keep Calm Craft On and Ginny at Yarn Along.