The electrical adapters arrived yesterday. It helps to spend some time with Katie as she packs and prepares. It's not like I haven't sent her off to a far-away place before -- shoot, I even delivered her and, believe me, THAT was the hardest thing, driving away and leaving her behind. She is so much better prepared. I'm a mother hen, though, and my feathers have been ruffled, so I've just got to squawk and flap my wings 'round the barnyard for a little while. That's just me. The cows and pigs and Farmer Brown all need to know that my nest is being disturbed. Cluck, cluck.
I skipped my regularly scheduled second Monday of the month meeting and had Katie drive me to Old Navy, instead. I had a tip from Holly yesterday (thank you!) about yoga wear and I scored; top and bottom. Barnes & Noble was two doors down with their Gaiam display (I also needed a mat) and I scored there, too, finding a mat/carrying bag combo that turned out to be 50% off to boot. Total opposite of shopping meltdown.
I knit a little at lunch time yesterday, but not at all last night. I am mere stitches from a completed sock. Did I tell you that I did a three-needle bind-off on the first? Jury's out 'til they're actually worn, but it looks nice.
I had threatened to begin a new project over the weekend and I would have if I'd been able to the yarn. I am loathe to admit that it may have happened, it might apply, I could possibly have Too Much Wool. (Cassie, I didn't think I'd ever share that problem, but I think this is clearly a sign.) It's gotta be somewhere...