Boy, did this week go fast! The swallows have returned to Capistrano or the songbirds are back in Arkansas rather and singing their little hearts out. I usually open the windows but it has been cold and wet here this week.
I had to tell you about this quick, delicious and healthy little breakfast that I found in Country Living magazine. Take a little ramekin, put a slice of Canadian bacon in the bottom, whisk one egg in a separate bowl and pour on top of the bacon, microwave for 30 seconds, stir the egg, microwave for another 15-30 seconds and top with some shredded cheese. Fast, healthy and tasty! I must admit I have to have a couple pieces of toast with it as it isn't enough to fill me up but maybe some day it will be. It would be great for kids too.
A new book I picked up at the library. It's non-fiction and was written by a woman who was married for years to a man who was gay and she didn't know it but more specifically it is how we deal with sometimes drastic and dramatic change in our lives. So far it is very good.
Oh, yes, what have I been working on this week for my YOP's? I am moving right along with the afghan made out of the "yarn from hell" and not doing too bad. It has required patience and concentration and following directions....not bad for a woman who has trouble in all those areas! LOL! I'm actually learning to work with this yarn and because the rows are so long I get a rhythm going and can even watch t.v. while crocheting it. I'm come a long way, baby! I am on row 9 of 102 not counting the edging. Last week I misspoke and said there were 110 rows. Whew, instead there's only 102....every little bit helps!
I've cast on the socks for MOI and have more done on the cuff than shows here. I'm getting used to the tiny needles and sit down and knit a row when I want to take a break during the day. I've been painting the bathroom ceiling this week and it is slow as I can't stay up there too long...the air is thin...lol.
I'll be by later to check up on everyone....it's been a busy week! I hope it was a great one for you and that this next one holds lots of promise too!