As the slog to the end of the semester begins, I'm actually pretty happy that the weather outside has turned gross. This weekend is supposed to be rain, temps barely above freezing, and snow is supposed to start tomorrow when the temp drops.
I think Albert has the right idea!
As the wind rattles my old windows, I've taken over our kitchen table to grade all weekend.
It's a little slow going so far, but I'm hoping to get through this entire batch of papers by tomorrow. There's no class on Monday for Veteran's Day, so I'd love a day on Monday to relax, catch up on Big Bang Theory, do some choreographing, and get some hardcore knitting time in.
I've (finally) finished the garter part of the Kleio shawl, and I'm on to the lace and braids. I've never done estonian braids on a knitting project, so this will be a learning experience. A good one- right?
I'm also hoping to get at least one more background of the Snowflake Shawl done this weekend. I had a startling realization when I looked at the calender and saw Kim's wedding was barely two months away. Two months to finish this monstrous shawl- uffda! I'm pretending it's fine. It'll get done- plenty of time. Right?
Goal: to blog on Monday with pictures of tons of knitting done, all the grading done, and still have all my sanity.
We'll see how that goes...