Sort of the winter equivalent of the double rainbow, I would argue.
Vegetable stock is simmering on the stove. Squash and mushrooms are roasting in the oven (on their way to becoming this). One of the veggie drawers in the fridge is freshly washed. I even scrubbed the mat that goes under my dish-drying rack. Many of you know what this means: there are final exams covering every inch of my kitchen table. I’m about two-thirds of the way through my grading. At least I’ll have soup to keep me going.
One of the good things about grading final exams? The final, which for me, meant two and a half hours of knitting time, interrupted only by the occasional student question. I managed to both knit and kitchener my soaker (clearly I’m a bit out of kitchener practice). Maybe I’ll let myself pick up and knit a leg cuff tonight.
Good luck to everyone working through end-of-semester writing and grading!
Oh yeah, procrastinating work usually means a clean house for me too! Love the cowls! Good luck with the grading.
Good luck! I just finished my grading a few minutes ago, and now I’m off to drink a glass of wine and enjoy some vegetarian stew. Maybe you should take a break from your grading to update your ravelry wish list, hmmmm?
You’re so close! I corrected essays and caught up on gossip blogs today while giving my exam. Very satisfying. Now, to do the math and hit submit! Good luck!
Looks like a great cowl, and procrastination can yield some of one’s best work :)