Ten on Tuesday: I'm in a dairy state of mind
Future knitter

Progress report

It was all going so well. Here's a photo I took a couple of days ago of the Left Front of Junah's new sweater:


I finished that and started on the Right Front. Knitting along, as one does; shaping the armhole and start of the V-neck, as one does; continuing the V-neck shaping, as one... WHAT? Argh! I totally missed that line about continuing the neck shaping every fourth row for ten times (or whatever) when knitting the Left. There's a bit of ripping in my future. At least Junah's sweaters are still fairly wee.


Last night, for the second time in as many years, Rusty and I went to the high school to SLURP! It's a soup supper fundraiser for a few departments at school, including fine arts. Yum! I was hungry and slurped up all of the Dill Pickle Soup (I got the last of it) before I thought to take a photo. I had Old-Fashioned Chicken Noodle, Cream of Potato with Bacon, Homestyle Chicken Noodle, and Tortellini with Spinach. There were many other soups to try, but I was full enough after these five -- and I had even shared some with Ali. KC&T was there to provide coffee and hot cocoa. Rod & Junah showed up, too, and I had a blast following Junah around... it's so fun to observe him in different situations.

Other than the snow (and that's all I'm going to say about it... there was some), it was a really great day off yesterday! Spring will come! I'm knocking things off my list so I'll be able to take advantage of good weather days on the way.



That sounds like a fun night and a great fundraiser!


Yummy! How fun to taste a variety of great soups. I think I know what's on my menu for the weekend. Spring is being a show off in SLC. I hope she makes her way to your place soon!

gale zucker (she shoots sheep shots)

ohhhhh the shaping. It's looking fabulous!


Yum! My neighbor has a soup party every spring and it is a huge hit, my contribution is the cornbread. Have a wonderful weekend!


Both your cardigan and day off seem fantastic to me and what is some ripping in the life of us knitters...


It makes me sad that our schools have to have fundraisers just to offer the classes we took for granted back in the day. And here in WI, it's just going to get worse.

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