in which i state the obvious
• I am an utter failure at blogging everyday. I'll keep trying, but wow, hats off to those who can.
• I've missed two Think Red Wednesdays but that doesn't mean the Red Scarf Project deadline is not on my horizon (October 31).
My scarf is about half finished-- or if you're a pessimist, half-NOT. More on that below. It's a wonderful gift to send these handknits to college kids who come from the foster care system and receive no care packages from "home". Even more, it draws attention to the need for advocacy and policy for these young people. More info here.
• Being very close to finished on everything makes one feel like nothing is getting done. Socks- coupla inches to go. Montana Tunic- just the last edge ribbing and some sewing down of collar to go. Red Scarf, as I said , halfway there. But halfway on one of these sideways knit no-brainers is a snap away from FO.
• Going to a knit group is always a kick. Last Wednesday we had knitting at the gallery at our In Sheeps Clothing exhibit, a mix of friends, neighbors, art lovers and SnB . So wonderful! The following night, needing to kill a half hour between runs to the high school and feeling put upon, I ducked into a coffee shop on the green that I rarely stop at, to find the newly formed local knitting group at the front table. Can you say serendipity? I just happened to have my knitting with me. Mwah to the Shoreline Stitch & Bitch .Stop by if you're around the area.
This was in the boiler room too, don't you love pink power fuse boxes. I complimented the super macho dude in charge of the big furnaces why he had such lovely colored controls and he got a little flustered. Adorable.