Tuesday, September 9, 2014

A Super-quick Drive By.

...I "found" this photo when I opened my photostream; I must've taken it Sunday evening when Holly and I managed a quick walk in between "severe thunderstorms". A definite happy accident because I certainly don't remember spinning around like that!

Katie and I walked this morning, starting from my house instead of the park, which afforded us this lovely view of the lake just about 7:30. Tomorrow we'll be back at the park and I can only hope we see something watercolor-worthy. (or the baby comes... actually, I think I probably hope the baby comes!)

...because I am now only six rows from finishing his blanket (plus a few ends and blocking). I'll share photos once it's done but I have to say...it's been a lot more knitting than I thought it would be (and I thought it would be a lot!) I've been on a monogamous infatuation with this project since Friday. Thank goodness for my DVR; I'm now caught up on Outlander and The Honorable Woman. Completely loving both (and sorry they're both nearly over).

That's it! back to knitting!

(I did have a great list for Ten on Tuesday today...maybe another day when I don't have much to share, but time for a real post!)

 

6 comments:

  1. Sometimes the only way to get something done is to make it our single focus - and you've clearly been steamrollering ahead with this one! Such a lovely tranquil photo ...

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  2. I've been trying to remain monogamous as well! I've got 100 or so rows on a sleeve which I would like to finish this weekend! And what's the app??? (And come on Baby T!)

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  3. Your finishing mode has paid off with one project after another coming off the needles. Baby will come and you'll be even more goggly-eye than you think. Lucky baby to be wrapped up in g-ma's beautiful blanket made just for him.

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  4. Love the "accidental" photo. Being in the home stretch of a project is such a great feeling

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  5. Congrats on finishing BabyT's blanket. Now,you can wait - somewhat relaxed. We are of course, on the edges of our seats, too!

    What's next up in the queue? I like that app; thinking' mine would get stuck on row 1!

    Cheers~

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  6. I think monogamy might be the key to finishing something; I think I'll give it a try with my baby blanket! I do love that spinning photo and can't stop wondering how you took that. Tell Katie we're all waiting for the baby - keep up the long walks and maybe some spicy food for dinner!

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