Knitting-Fibonacci Sweater

Last moo

Dsc06962_2Today is your last chance to enter the Inter- and Trans-Continental Connections of Mason-Dixon, Dairyland, U.K. and Europe, Homecomings, Birthdays, Candles, Cake, Beer, Dishcloth Cotton, and my 2.8-lb. loss Contest — it’s Udderly Cool (and so very easy).  Send me an email (vknitorious (at) yahoo (dot) com) by 5:00 p.m. CST TODAY with your name/email/blog (if applicable) and the words "Udderly Cool" in the subject line.  That’s all there is to it!  You will be entered for a chance to win your own copy of Mason-Dixon Knitting by Ann and Kay!  Katie — my random number generator — will be home tonight, and I’ll announce the winner tomorrow morning!

When Maddy queried yesterday about when and where Katie’s plane would arrive and who was going to get her and was it possibly possible that she could go, I was positively delighted to tell her that we’d already decided she could take the whole day off of school to greet her sister upon arrival.  My days off are way too precious to spend mostly in a car, so it’s business as usual for me today.  I’m figuring she’ll sleep a lot and settle in tomorrow, and my normal Wednesday off will work out nicely.

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Well, it’s one of those days when I feel like I could foam at the fingertips for a while, but I don’t have time.  So…  a little rhodie in the garden that’s loaded and ready to *POP*!  A gorgeous amaryllis in the garden room, adding to the riot going on in there right now with the geraniums, african violets, and a few other things; there’s another, deep red amaryllis that will bloom in another day or two.

Did I mention that I unpinned the body of Fib on Friday night and I’ve tried it on several times already.  Oh, yes, it still needs to be seamed and I haven’t even finished the first sleeve yet, but I love it!!  I’m a teensy bit concerned about the quantity of a couple of yarn colors, but I do have a few little balls of insurance that I hope will be enough.  Not sure yet what I’ll do for the neck and button bands, I’ll think about that another day because…

Woohoo!  Katie comes home today!!!

7 thoughts on “Last moo

  1. No foaming at the fingertips, please. You might get foam on your knitting! I’m sure it will be an anxious day for you but your little girl will be home in a heartbeat!

  2. Have a fantastic reunion, your flowers and garden are all looking very colourful, summer is on the way at last.

  3. Hey Carole, could I just enter to win the ‘Udderly Cool’ bovine? I love him! I already have the awesome book; love reading it! Have a really really great time with your daughter – she sounds so lovely and it seems that you have a fantastic relationship with all your kids. You are going to have so much fun tonight!

  4. hip hip hooray for the return of the daughter!! have a wonderful time hugging & smooching her.
    ps. did I know that you had such a green thumb? with a garden room no less?! that sounds quite to the manor born….

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