Scramblin’

  1. The weather continues fair…
  2. …tho’ not so fair as the last few days have been but…
  3. …still good enough to have TWO completed pairs of socks on blockers out on the line
  4. I am panicking about something that I have to do on Monday…
  5. …so I shall be next door in my craft room: sorting, packing, and practising
  6. Mr L is in the loft, lagging pipes against the coming season…
  7. … and laying rodent bait
  8. The Girls have been introduced to the delights of a spaghetti supper
  9. Yummy
  10. …but we still have no eggs
  11. I plan to make headway on the Herbivore later today and…
  12. …put in some time on the next UFO to be busted (Possibly a Hand Charmer mitt, or maybe a Mingus sock, I’m not sure)…
  13. …but I also want to wind some yarn and tidy it away.
  14. Generally, I am feeling very pleased with my recent UFO-busting efforts. I can almost see the bottom of my workbasket now (ha, ha, ha!)

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