It was a really beautiful weekend here. Blue sky, temperatures in the 70's, and just a bit breezy. On Saturday, besides doing laundry, I planted a few seeds. I planted peas, like Vicki, but later. *g* I also planted purple haze carrots, radishes, meslun mix, red leaf lettuce, and spinach. It will be interesting to see what comes up since I'm a bit of an absentee gardener and I have the challenge of local wildlife, and I don't mean the bar scene.
Our state fair is a great state fair! Knitting content has been a bit low lately on this blog. But we'll see if this post will turn the corner for that topic. There was a knitting sighting this evening while we were watching the movie State Fair. The knitter was a "thrower" but I think she held her right needle over her hand and not in her palm. Interesting to watch...both the movie and the knitting.
I've finished packing and all I need to do is relax and catch some quality sleep (sleep fast) before I head to the airport on my way to the Kansas City area. I'll be working near Independence, MO. Anyway, Sonnet will be set aside for a while (do I hear sarcastic laughter?) and I'm picking up the Sunrise Socks again.
Since I have been doing more knit blog reading than knitting, I hope osmosis has occurred and I've picked up speed from reading Cookie and Norma and many others I'm just too tired to link to.