sleeping in.

I turned off the alarm last night so that Boh and I could sleep in — both a reward for some good progress on a paper I’m working on, and preparation for more writing today. (I tend to wake up with the sun whether I want to or not, but today I managed to sleep until 8. Victory.)

This dog did not want to get out of bed.

I managed a few more inches on my third handspun seaman’s cap. This one is made from Southern Cross Fibres polwarth 2-ply in the Boogie Wonderland colorway, and I just love how it is knitting up.

I am feeling way behind on life: thank you notes, holiday gifts, letter-writing, even cooking through my farm share (my winter share starts Wednesday!) — but at this very moment, I’m actually in an okay place with my academic work, and if I can just maintain that, I will be very happy. (Which means I need to get started on today’s writing goal — another 5 pages?)


4 thoughts on “sleeping in.

  1. I have been meaning to tell you for quite some time now how much I enjoy your blog. It’s always a pleasure when I see you have made a new entry. I look forward to your photos of Boh, your knitting and food. Thanks!

  2. Way to go!! And good luck with today’s share. The hat looks great — I hope Boh isn’t too fatigued by it all.

  3. Wow! He gets his own pillow even! Lucky dog. Nice cap! I know exactly what you mean about life. I’m going to set about making some lists so I have the illusion of being organized.

  4. Good for you!
    Sleeping in is such a treat. I’m with Boh, no hurry to get up today. lol
    The Seaman’s hats you’re knitting are great!!

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