lie sometimes on the grass
on a summer day listening
to the murmur of water,
or watching the clouds
float across the sky, is
hardly a waste of time.
the dusting accomplished and
the marketing complete, I
grabbed my beach bag and
headed to a favorite spot for
a little knitting and reading.
I am working on Gudrun Johnston's
Sandness, which I have entitled
Heat. Heat really does seem an
appropriate name for a July summer
in the south, although I could have
gone with Humidity, but I'll save
that for another time.
The pattern is very well detailed,
it's twelve pages long, and I would
be a lot further along if I would have
paid attention and not kept dropping
stitches causing me to start over
a few times, ahem.
I am using one of my favorite yarns,
Malabrigo Sock, in Ravelry Red. I
am already thinking about casting on
another one, this time in orange or
Before I left on my vacation I downloaded
Ladies Night. and I finished while listening
to the waves crash on shore. The book
was total fluff, which I like for the beach,
but truthfully this book was pretty lousy.
I have enjoyed this author in the past, but
don't think I'll be reading her again.
Joining with Ginny and all the other Yarn Alonger's.