Striped Toe Socks

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Long Overdue

I haven't felt like I had much to say lately. Things have been mostly even, minus the whole, "I'm late, but not pregnant drama." I'm thinking I've gone long enough without meds, but I haven't made the next step of calling the doctor to discuss baby friendly happy pills.

Over the weekend I took a little family trip with J and his parents and part of that trip was a stop at Temptations in Dublin. This was, by far the nicest, best stocked yarn store I have ever been to. Considering the spur of the momentness of the trip, there wasn't much money to spend, but J contributed and I picked up some Opal Harry Potter yarn in Lupin. J picked it out so I can make him the long promised socks. I also, finally, got a row counter, yay! J spent my looking time chatting up the owner and explaining things like ball winders and swifts to his Dad. The owner told them she had a broken swift and would they know how to fix it? My FIL brought it home with us to fix and return at some point in the future. We finished the outing with lunch at the pub next door. I enjoyed Dublin so much I searched real estate listings when I got home, just for fun, of course.

I finished the ribbed socks and wore them a few times. They are by far, the best fitting socks I've made thus far. I cast on the Just Enough Ruffles scarf. It isn't something I would normally see myself wearing, but something kept bringing me back to it. I'm using the alpaca from the farm, yummy! I feel a little guilty that I haven't started J's socks yet. My excuse is that I haven't found the perfect manly pattern yet. Yeah, we'll go with that.

Wow, it actauly feels good to write again. I may have to do this more often.
posted by Ginny at 2:28 PM


Hey! I might be headed to Temptations on my birthday. If I do go and the swift is fixed I could return it for you guys. Unless you want to use it as an excuse to go back. In which case I totally understand :)

Dublin is really nice. My sister used to live there. It's one of the most expensive parts of Columbus though!

January 29, 2009 at 4:12 PM  

I wanna go on the Temptations trip! I'm inviting myself along. When are we going?

January 29, 2009 at 9:13 PM  

Writing is good! Do it more. The Knitting Mercentile in Columbus is fabu! Good luck with figuring the stuff with the doc. I just went through some of that myself.

January 31, 2009 at 9:40 PM  

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