But a very good knitter.
I finished my Clapotis and I really love it. This was a very enjoyable project for me to knit. I used 6 1/2 balls of Peruvian Highland Wool in Spiced Wine. This scarf/wrap is very large and will be good company now that the cold is starting to make itself known.
Did you hear that, Curly Girl? Yes, you...the one that is in a bit of a knitting project funk and needs a little push to complete her three, I repeat, THREE, projects. Won't it be nice to snuggle in your sweater while ALL your toes are toasty in your PAIR of thrum socks, while the snow, yes, that's right, SNOW, softly drifts into four foot mounds just outside your door. [g] I hope that this gives you the incentive to finish them up. If not, I'll have to get out the big guns!
Now, like I said, I've been a very good knitter and started on my second Camelot sock, my only project left before I start on my Ribby Cardi.
I also decided to stop neglecting my plants and water them today. I'm bad for that...they usually hit the wilting stage by the time I remember to water them.
So, I'm sticking my nose and fingers in places that I'm sure my plants didn't appreciate. But, they must not hate me that much because look what they're giving me for Christmas...
This is my Orchid that my husband gifted me with last Christmas and it has a flower shoot. I will have Orchids for Christmas! I'm so excited.
This is my other Orchid that I got at the same time last Christmas and it has a shoot coming through, too. I'm so lucky.
My Christmas Cactus is also in the spirit this year and has tons of blooms...
Last, but not least, my Hibiscus has also decided to bloom. It didn't do a darn thing all summer, but I ain't complainin' now.
Now I'm just waiting on my Hoya to bloom...it's two years old and I bought it as a baby, but I don't know how long it needs to mature before it does bloom.
Before I forget again, Happy Thanksgiving to our American friends. Eat hearty and stay safe.
To everyone else, have a great weekend and...
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