I haven’t written much lately, because I have become a knitting machine. Last fall I showed you these washcloths and soaps, which were friendship gifts for Eastern Star grand chapters (state meetings) I would be attending. All of those have been given away, and it’s time for Louisiana’s grand chapter, my home state. I have 17 soap bars left; as of today, I have 14.5 washcloths knitted. I can’t begin to tell you how much I want to knit something else. However, between here and the end of March I also have to make a gown for our DD, prepare music for three church services, as well as for that grand chapter (I’m the grand organist this year), and in general plan a bit. There just aren’t days to goof off. le sigh. Oh, how I look forward to playing with wool, or alpaca, or any of the knitting delights that wait for me when I have completed my obligations!
The sun did come out yesterday, and Casper and Victoria took the opportunity to enjoy it together (something they seldom do…she’s too bossy.) It looked inviting!