go, blizzard, go!!
Every olympic knitter in New England is cheering today. We knew we were going to be snowed in this morning, but its especially pleasing to open the front door and see this:
snow, on the porch, blowing sideways, with no sign of letting up any time soon. awesome. That means that homework and knitting are the only things i have to do today. Blizzards on the weekend are much less stressful than during the week because you don't have to worry about whether or not your job/school was cancelled and if you should try to make it in or not. A sunday blizzard means you just sit around in your pajamas and enjoy the day. yaaaaay!!!
And about that olympic knitting....
This is where i left off when i went to bed last night. I had to stop anyway because (even with every lamp in the room on) i couldn't see the different between the black and marine blue stitches. so annoying. I'm almost done with the black pattern stitches though! I'm starting with the sleeve because i want to make sure i've worked out all gauge and puckering issues before doing the main body. pucking in the boobular area would make me very, very unhappy.
I was supposed to get together with some other gals this morning for a knitting/quilting brunch. It would be nice if we could still do it in the afternoon. but i'm going to be knitting anyway!