Another travel afternoon! We made it to Milwaukee with no problem and time to spare (and knit) before our puddle-jumper left for Madison. Then we hear that the flight has been cancelled for lack of flight crew. Lack of flight crew? Where did they go?!!? Anyway, after a comedy of errors that Larry, Mo, and Curly would have been proud of.....we departed Milwaukee on a bus. By we, I mean me, DH, and all our various and sundry luggage. Cool. More knitting time. We made it home about an hour and a half late but we are home and pizza is just out of the oven. Life is good.
Soon after we arrived home, I made the rounds of the gardens. One geranium has fallen prey to Mr. Deer---dratted deer. In the vegetable garden, I found a few radishes that achieved edible status. So I did. Eat them, that is. The first garden produce in my tummy. Sigh. I'm a happy gardener. And if freshly pulled and eaten radishes aren't the best remedy for what ails me, I don't know what else is.
Well, maybe some sleep. I had a pretty low-sleep night last night but I do believe I'm getting better. Today was a better day overall. I think the drugs are starting to make a difference. *fingers-crossed*
Now, for the important stuff, well, outside of radishes........
Today I finished the last two rows or so on the heel flap and I'm almost finished with the gusset. I am thinking about knitting the foot a bit longer for this sock and ripping the toe out of sock number one and extending the foot. The first sock fits but length-wise is under maybe too much tension.
Here's a current in-process of Sonnet's sleeve knit cap-down. For scale, you can see my travel buddy, the tissue-travel-pak. *g*
I'm pleased with the progress so far and I plan to work on this project this weekend while I try to rest. Resting may be a challenge since I'm feeling good enough to see my long to-do list and think about my short weekend. DH will be reminding me to rest, I'm sure.