That's about how much I was able to knit a few nights ago when Gregory was sleeping in his bouncy chair before he woke up and then that was the end of that story.
(As I type this Michael is yelling upstairs. He is supposed to be sleeping. But nooo, he fell asleep in his carseat for all of five minutes and apparently that is enough sleep for him! (No child. No it is not.) I think it might also be in part because Dominic is LOUDLY babbling all his little baby thoughts to the world and his twin brother and Michael feels like he is missing something.)
Ahem. Anyway. :)
There is my Color Affection, awaiting the last pink stripe before I get to start on the purple. We'll see how many more months before THAT happens.
A friend went to AWP and got me Knitting Yarns: Writers on Knitting. I have been reading an essay or two a day and it does not disappoint. I love memoirs with knitting themes, but a lot of times find them a bit disappointing ... perhaps because I am a writer first and a knitter second and I have pretty high expectations. But when you have a book with contributions by Andre Dubus, Barbara Kingsolver, Jane Smiley, et al ... how can it disappoint?
I've also started The Little Oratory. Words cannot express how excited I am about this book!! It is simply beautiful, the images in the back are lovely (I've already taken out the icon of St. Michael ... now if I could just remember where I put it!). So far I've only read the introduction, but I am looking forward to the rest. Especially as we continue to settle in to our house and our life as a family of five here.
Speaking of exciting, look what came in the mail today:
Just kidding, it's Something Other Than God by Jennifer Fulwiler!
Just as I was starting to whittle down the pile of books on my end table ... I guess having too many books and too little time is a much better thing than too few books with too much time?
And speaking of time, get excited, because I have a "day in the life" post in the works! ;)