I'm very happy to be joining with Kat for Unraveled Wednesday. She has picked up where Ginny left off with a Wednesday link party for those of us who knit and read. Thank you, Kat!
As it happens, I am home today, nursing a sore neck, and will head out later to see my doctor. My neck has been bothering me since I fell at work a couple months ago. I'm pretty stoic about pain, but this just isn't going away! I'm thinking maybe some PT would help.
Summer Camp shawl. I'm working on those scallops you see along the edge. They'll be a bit of challenge on pain meds.
I'm slowly working my way through Elizabeth Gilbert's mammoth novel The Signature of All Things. I refused to read Eat, Pray, Love because it sounds so self-indulgent, and I had my doubts that the author of that book could write a serious novel. But I have a new embroidery project going that related to botany in the 19th century, which is the setting for this book, so I found a used copy and started reading.
Many readers on Amazon complained that there is no plot, another reason I was reluctant to read this book. But I'm not sure it needs one. The writing is truly gorgeous, and the main character is someone I want to spend time with. We'll have to see if I'm still hooked through all 528 pages.
Can't wait to see you Unraveled!