Time for the Snow Tire and Daffodil Festival! It has been really warm and windy, and now the new front is supposed to bring a mixture of rain, sleet, freezing rain, ice, and who knows what. I worry about ice on power lines more than anything else. I do need to recharge two of my batteries before then. Isn't this crazy.
Blogger is again not letting me upload photos. I wish they would get their s__ together.
I finished one pair of the commissioned socks, and I am on the heel of the second sock on the second pair. I want these to be DONE! I am so over the sock business. I am dreadfully behind in my inventory for the fiber show in April. Oh, well.
I am also spinning along on the merino I got from HandHeld. It is gorgeous stuff. I am almost finished with the second skein's singles. Then plying, then DONE!
I have had a minor little bug, and my head is full of fluid. I mope around from room to room, but I am not sick enough to go to bed. If I am in the front room, I knit. If I am in this room, I spin. I did lie down a little while yesterday and read my good book.
It is really dark outside. I hate the waiting part of a storm of any kind. There is a frenzy at the bird feeder that is a telling sign that weather is moving in.
Not a whole lot going on. It is that time of year where the anticipation is more exciting than the actual weather. It isn't Spring yet, but soon. We have had a bit of rain, which bodes well for us. We are still in drought, but hopefully we will have a wet Spring to help out. I am debating about planting Spring greens-lettuce and spinach. I have seed potatoes, but not yet on that.
Noodles has really been hunting lately, but so far he hasn't brought any kill into the house. Today he is curled up in bed. I bet his leg aches. Mine does.
Stay safe. I am going to plug in some batteries and line things up just in case.