I am trying. I really am, but honestly I do not know how you monogamous knitters do it. For two weeks I have been doing nothing but knitting on one project. I have whined and complained through each stitch. These infantile fits have nothing to do with the brilliant pattern or the lovely yarn, the problem is my Veruca Salt attitude. I want it all and I want it now.
It is slow going, but here is my Quill. Friends have said it will be worth it in the end, I know it will. Thankfully football and funny t.v shows have helped me maintain my faith. If any of you monogamous knitters have tips on how you do it, I would love to hear them.
In non knitting news, I was still celebrating my birthday last weekend with my sweet friend. Some of you who have read my blog have met my friend before. Regan and her daddy took me to lunch and we had the best of times. We talked about lip glosses, clothes, and school. If ever there was a little human who has it all it would be her, brains (her report card says she is reading at the junior high level-she is eight!), looks, and humor.
Sunday football is starting so I will leave you with some loves. Enjoy and have a fantastic Sunday!
- Monica's perfect scarf
- I purchased this pattern a bit ago, now I really want to cast it on after seeing Claudia's.
- The sweetest little cardigan I have ever seen, knit up by dear Maryse.
- Here is a great idea is you are looking for a Christmas gift project.
- This wee dragon had me at hello!
And this song is stuck in my head.