so there I was, hip deep in empty Red Bull cans, fighting a rabid squirrel on one side and knitting socks on the other side, when suddenly…

Actually, nothing that exciting happens to me. About the most exciting thing to happen today was Garth deciding he needed to sit in on my therapy appointment, quite literally. He walked back and forth on my desk for several minutes before trying to decide what I had that tasted good, like pens. But hey, what more can you ask for?

The shawl as of this morning

I’m into the 13th repeat of the main body; there are 25 total. I still love the yarn and I still love the pattern. I’m already trying to decide what to work on next. I do have several projects that I started and fell out of love with that I really should just finish.

What’s your policy on “lingering” projects? I’m thinking I should require myself to finish something that’s been hanging around for a while before starting the next new thing. What do you think?

2 thoughts on “so there I was, hip deep in empty Red Bull cans, fighting a rabid squirrel on one side and knitting socks on the other side, when suddenly…”

  1. I have my three project rule (no more than 3 things on the needles actively being worked on) and that helps keeping me from having too many things lingering. Now and then I’ll reassess why something (or somethings) aren’t getting done. I’ve been known to look on Ravelry to see what other people have knit with the yarn and it either convinces me to finish the item or rip it and start something new.

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