Phew

I have been unaccustomedly busy this morning. Two loads of laundry washed and on the line, three dishwasher loads done and put away, Moussaka and a Greek salad manufactured for lunch, rhubarb stewed, and a big pan of soup is simmering. Phew!

Of course, this all means that my second Ambrosia sock is not yet cast on – and I really have to go play with paper and ink this afternoon, so I shall not be casting on before tea either.

After yesterday’s glorious sunshine, we paid the price with an evening fog that is only just clearing now. I think that the day will turn out very well in the end, though – so maybe an evening’s knitting or spinning in the garden will be possible.

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