And then proceeded to use my leg as a springboard to the floor. OK, so it doesn't look too bad in the picture; this happened last Sunday. But let me tell you - the scratches on my leg bled, and those dots on my foot and leg are bruised, and gouged. Not scratches - gouges. And they HURT. Once he landed on the floor, tail all puffed out, he blinked, looked around, found Atticus, snuggled up with him and went right back to sleep. I needed Polysporin.
"...I'm a lil' tea pot...nananana...an' stout...lalalalalala...here is my spout...nananalalala..."
It's been that kind of week. Everyday I said "I'll post tonight!", and something else came up. Which is probably not a good thing, because that something else usually entailed knitting something not meant to be... So, I really haven't much to show for myself.
Except for making an even bigger mess of my WIP table.
But! I've been doing all sorts of cool stuff on Ravelry! It's amazing how much time you can, uh, spend on it, searching through a ton of neat projects, and seeing who and what's out there.
Let's see, in the last week I have:
* Joined the Clapotis Second Wave KAL (starting September 23rd).
* Joined the Fulmar KAL (starting October 1st).
* Not blocked poor Kiri yet.
* Started "Grace" by Dorothy Siemens.
* Reached the halfway point of Mermaid. I'm going to hold off doing any more until next weekend when I head out to my sister and SIL's for my birthday. I'll be there for 5 days, and I always get some good knitting in.
I know what you're thinking! But I came clean. It's the time of year, I suppose. I start to get antsy for the fall, and fall knitting. And I can't stay focused on any one thing as my mind begins to race when I start seeing all the new yarns and designs for the fall.
"Um, whoa. Back up the truck, sister! What's this going away next weekend business?? That is so not cool..."