Sunday Funday

Okay, not really, but it wasn’t all bad. This was actually a pretty productive weekend. I cleaned a little, purged the guest room a little, knitted a little, decorated a little. I even planted the amaryllis I bought a month or so ago, which is a good thing because it had started without me.

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That’s about 6 inches of stalk there, and I’m doing my level best not to make jokes about its appearance. Sadly, it’s quite crooked as a result of growing in a box (it’s also as pale as a software programmer, same reason) but I have hopes that exposure to some warmth and indirect sunlight on my kitchen table will straighten it up and turn it green. Alas, because I am mentally 12, I have the only “boy” amaryllis out there.

Other than that, nothing new. We got the Christmas tree up and lights on it, but haven’t made it to the decorations yet. I have an entire cargo area full of stuff going to Goodwill, and I might actually drop it off in a reasonable time period since it quite effectively blocks the view out my rear view mirror. I even found DH’s missing pants and about ten socks I’d been looking for mates for – the cleaning lady used to use the guest room bed if she folded my laundry, and DH came in one day and dumped all the camper stuff on top of it without telling me. I only just excavated down to it today. SIGH. Anyway, the room is still a wreck but at least there are a couple of pathways available that allow someone to get TO the bed without breaking necks or ankles. I’m pretty sure there will be another Goodwill trip or six happening in the next week. You’d think DH would feel a little guilty seeing his gigantically pregnant wife hauling stuff out of the guest room for the arrival of HIS daughter, but you’d be wrong. o.0 (No, Cookie, you don’t have to kill him. Yet.)
Oh, I did finish Aunt Scarf #2, this time using the EZ sewn bindoff as described here. It looks to have done the trick, but no photos until I soak and block. I’m pretty happy with the scarf itself and the appearance of the bind off, so I’m certain I’ll pick out the edge of the green scarf and sew it EZ style. Then I’ll wrap them and congratulate myself heartily, which will ensure I will either forget to deliver or forget to mail them for two months.

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Wife, mother, cat-tolerator, dog-lover. Knitter, quilter, occasional spinner, random weaver. Reader, writer, eater, runner. Other assorted roles as necessary.
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