The remainder of that day was spent in a sort of haze. I couldn't focus on a single thing, so spent several hours browsing online yarn shops and Ravelry, with some sort of stress-induced crazy plan to start knitting a Fair Isle vest that requires eleven different colours. Roughly two hours later I immersed from that knitting coma, emptied my shopping carts at Webs and The Loopy Ewe, and took a serious look around. The result has been a proliferation of Post-its.
Not only is there a move to plan for, there is also trip planning, baby knitting, and another huge project (more on that in a week or two) all needing attention. All of these things are good. Not just good, they are wonderful, exciting, much-anticipated events. But they all require something I won't have enough of if I spend any more hours planning a Fair Isle vest, and that is time.
In the midst of all this I have managed to finish my May Self-Imposed Sock of the Month Club instalment. It seems fitting somehow that this month's socks perfectly reflect the colours of the countryside that surround us here in Kamloops.
|Opal Bicolor 5502|