There's always the photography and always the knitting, but they don't seem to mash up as often as they should these days!
Brilliant Miriam Felton's Dimorphous Mittens, which have been on my list for a long, long time. I cast on the first inner mitten on a Thursday, while at the spelling bee. I cast on the second inner mitten the following Thursday, in the car on the way to Milwaukee, in order to have something to knit on the plane while winging westward. They were both finished (ends woven in and everything!) by last Thursday, when I cast on the first outer mitt. The outer mitt knits up quickly without a cuff. The keyhole is fabulous, and that three-stitch I-cord bind off is, well, absolutely brilliant.
I rode along on a quick trip to Egg Harbor in Door County with DH on Saturday and knit much of the way, making great progress. We drove back along the bay and stopped several times to marvel at the big waves — and even swells — on the water that day, not to mention the very dramatic sky.
I have the thumb and bind-off to finish on the second mitt, a few stitches to graft on both, and then I can go button hunting!! I am hoping to find something perfect in grandma's button box. There may be a few more details on my Ravelry project page.