I've been busy with several knitting-related projects: finishing a sample, preparing submissions, checking tech-edits. These are all great fun! The sample was a wonderful combination of comfort and thrill, rhythm and surprise. I was driven to prepare the submissions by the clarity of my ideas, which hopefully will keep me powered to the end of the week. And the tech-edit? Well, that wasn't exactly a barrel of laughs, but I finished it.
Now I have several new projects which require attention. I'm trying to create a tutorial for someone on stranded colorwork. This involves just sitting down and doing it--easier said than done. I'm finally orchestrating my operetta. And I'm trying to finish reading War and Peace.
But it's farm season and vegetables need to be harvested, washed and maybe cooked, eaten or preserved, pureed or pickled, frozen or fried. My children are participating in rehearsals and swimming lessons and sundry other activities. Where's my summer vacation?
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