(Apologies for the bad pun. I can’t help myself.) You’re looking at today’s plan: if we do nothing, nothing bad can happen. I realize there are several flaws in my logic, but you know what? Today, it worked. After taking a friend to the airport early this morning, I climbed back into bed with Boh and slept in. Then I curled up on the couch with Agnes, a movie, and some podcasts, and knit, knit, knit. I’m loving my Agnes pullover, and I’ve only got a few inches of ribbing to go on the body.
Here’s to a new week! (Back to work tomorrow.)
OMG! Look at you go on that! I have some Beaverslide in stash too. :-) A sweaters worth. Hmmm….
Do I see the cone off? He looks so much more comfortable.
I am in awe of how quickly you have knit this beautiful sweater up. I am sorry about your hard week – I hope a saturday full of knitting and movies help start this new week off to a great start. In my thoughts quite a bit friend, miss you!
I hear ya! I just moved back into college and all I want to do is stay in bed all day (this is, unfortunately, not an option).
Also, I am super impressed by your Agnes, and I think I may need to make myself one.
That’s some lightning-fast knitting! What a cozy-looking sweater — I love the color, and Beaverslide’s yarns are fantastic. I knit a cabled cardigan using their McTaggart Tweed 3-ply a couple of years ago, and it’s wearing beautifully and is oh so warm and woolly.
Lucky Boh, free of the cone.
Here’s hoping to a much better week filled with good news instead of expensive surprises!
Days off are the best. And I’m sure Boh enjoyed some extra snoozing.