project I think.
The second floor of this old English house has a separate water closet (loo, toilet, WC, to hit multiple vocabularies) and bathroom. This does not explain why I was curled up on hall floor with my comforter and pillow at 0400 in the morning, or maybe it does. No clue what I ate that gifted me with cramps, but the room itself is tiny.
For a couple of hours, I just felt sorry for myself, too tired and weary to even knit. Several hours later, I was fine and determined to treat myself kindly for the rest of the day.
First Round of Sock Madness is complete. Finished – Bruised Zombies (Black and Blue). Taking breaks here and there to do exciting things like brew some tea or change DvDs in the CD drive, I closed up the toe of the second sock.
To make it official, I posted the pictures to Flickr and sent off my email to the contest mums.
I am past the armholes and have started shaping for both the arm scythes and V neck. Actually, I am stuck at the moment till I go locate another needle since there are two few stitches left to use the current one.
Dead Zone and tried out the 4400 (which I have yet to decide about). Hero but flawed guy with his bright but socially cluesless professional partner is beginning to be a bit worn.
I have books!
Did I mention picking up the mail yesterday? Amazon and Books-a-Million came through for me.
It is not that late, but funny thing – I am wiped. Now I just need to clean tomorrow and get back to the Viking Ship and put together my Woolly Board and read and spin and …
Holly, Your Zombie Socks look great. I’ve only finished a leg, a long one, but I love the pattern.
Thanks for your kind comment on my son. Latest news, we have a possible marrow donor. Finally, looking since early January. So there is a chance.
Hope all is well with you,
Sorry to hear you had a rough night. Bad food and stomach cramps are the worst.
Love the socks. What great yarn you’ve chosen.
The socks are great. I love the bruised zombie idea!!