Friday, May 11, 2018

Friday is Friday

For whatever reason, I spent most of yesterday thinking it was Friday. I know I was tired because of my dog sleeping friends, but to miss a whole day? Anyway, I'm actually kind of glad that I thought it was Friday because it made me take care of all the little things that needed to be done by the end of the week. I would finish a task and think 'oh I'm too tired to do anything else' and then I would play a round of Cookie Cat Pop (don't judge) and think "ok one more task" and by the end of the day, all the tasks were done. Which means today I can get a bit ahead and finish off a few details for the undergrad class and re-read some of the challenging chapters coming up in the grad class.

I went into the stash because I wanted to knit something out of navy and white yarn. Oddly, the stash didn't produce but I did find a wound (yay) skein of sock yarn in summery colors:

And cast on for a smaller version of the caprino wrap and it will be either a scarf or a shawl.

It was chilly this morning---I was up and out with the dogs by 6:10 and had to get my winter jacket--it was only about 46.

You might remember Tim and I stayed at Volcano National Park two summers ago and now it is closed yet again because Kilauea may explode. I'm sending positive energy to everyone on the Big Island except Pele--I'm not sure she needs any more energy right now.



2 comments:

Vera said...

That wrap is really pretty! Happy weekend - enjoy!!

kathy b said...

Well your day mixup proved helpful in the long run!!! You always knit such interesting things Kim. I love to see what you are up to.