Today is my last 'teaching' day for the undergrad class--they have an exam next Wednesday and their final projects are due the week after that.
My grad class is working in small teams to finish up our big class project.
There's a mountain of grading coming in, but I feel like the light is at the end of the tunnel.
Usually by now I'm thinking of projects I want to knit over the summer, but I'm thinking more about making cards and other things. I did bring a bunch of wool yarn out here to make felted slippers so those are on the list. Plus I have a bunch of projects that I have yarn for out here--but it is weird that there is none of the 'oh lets look at the stash and figure out what to do'. I will be going back to Eugene fairly regularly once the cria is born though, so maybe it will feel a bit different.
Anyway, I did these two cards yesterday (and they aren't yet cards, they need to put on top of a card at some point):
I'm reading 'Rodham' and it is good, but it is weird to read fiction with a first person narrator who I am familiar with. The novel reimagines what would happen if Hillary didn't marry Bill. Bill is THERE but she teaches law at Northwestern while he has his political career. I like it but it is unsettling.
Have a good day!