It is very stormy here (which is kind of lovely)---the thunder and lightning started at 3am and I hurried Pilot the dog to his safe place (the car in the garage--he hates thunder and fireworks). The rain was off and on hard for the rest of the night. Friday evening we had a brief yet violent hail storm (the dogs were outside-I hurried them inside then!). We expect stormy weather today and then rain--forever, or at least until Spring.
I do have an FO--the dropped stitch shawl which finally has had the stitches dropped. Here it is before blocking:
I will post another one at some point.
Let's see, what else? Busy with work, of course---three more weeks til a few weeks off for Christmas. Winter term (Jan-March) will be online, and I'm guessing at least the start of Spring term will be online as well.
We are watching a few good things on the telly--"Roadkill" on PBS (horrible title, but a great cast including one of my Twinnie's favorites, Hugh Laurie), "The Undoing" on HBO (we get it through Amazon Prime) that has Nicole Kidman (who must be a vampire, she doesn't age) and Hugh Grant, and "The Last Dance" about the Chicago Bulls (which is really interesting, even if you aren't a fan of basketball).
I'm currently reading "Anatomy of a Scandal" by Sarah Vaughn which I like. I'm trying to finish "Plain Bad Heroines" which is---taking a while. I read a good book called "Shelter in Place" which is hard to describe---sort of, how different people react to the 2016 election, with 'where we live' as a metaphor. It's kind of hard to describe. I liked that the characters were my age and still dealing with all kinds of personal and professional issues.
I guess that's it? Enjoy the weekend everyone!