Yarn Along

Well, there isn’t much to say about my knitting other than that I’m still slowly making progress.  I should have it finished by Christmas 😉  And at least I’m not getting tired of the pattern or the yarn, I’m just tired of not getting to work on it.

But then there are the books.  Even though I had several books going I brought a huge pile home from the library with me on Monday.  In my defence a bunch are for the boys (and I just happen to be really looking forward to reading them.)  But I must admit that I am now reading eight, yes 8, books.  Yet again, maybe I’ll finish by Christmas 🙂 

  And now I’m off to see what other trouble I can get into checking out Ginny and the other Yarn Alongers 🙂  There’s always so much to see. 

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8 Responses to Yarn Along

  1. Devon Mama says:

    Hope you get through your piles soon! Such good things to look forward to 🙂 (PS what good books your library has!)

  2. Hope you manage to get through your book pile! Ah, Christmas crafting, I have a rather large backlog of things I want to finish! Happy reading. Jacinta

  3. Tracey says:

    Your remind me of my sister, she always has a stack of books she is reading too. She once told me that is was all about how she felt at the moment as to what book she would pick up. Me, I just read one at a boring time 😉

  4. karen says:

    there is nothing wrong with having a huge pile of books. They are lovely to look at and each one gives a promise of being entertained 🙂 Glad to know you are getting snippets of time to knit!

  5. meghann says:

    The variety in eight different books is wonderful, isn't it? I love 'You Are Your Child's First Teacher' – I wish I'd read it when Julia was tiny… xo

  6. momto5 says:

    i tend to have a nice big pile of books going as well. enjoy your reading and i hope you find time to knit!

  7. Angela says:

    Enjoy your stack of books! Best wishes on your WIp – slow and steady wins the race! 😉

  8. Love that stack of books, I want to read You Are Your Child's First Teacher.

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