Reading While Knitting

Nothing complicated; nothing too exciting, but yes, I do knit while I read. As well as during many other domestic activities.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Sweet Stages

Spinning and knitting continue apace. I now have a 3x3 rib halter sweater in charcoal. That's what I'd have if I stopped and added straps to the saddle shoulder hate to knit/love to wear sweater. There has to be a name in that somewhere. Baby sweater for neighbor #1 (I've heard tell there is going to be a crop of the baby kind here soon, so I'm planning more) is coming along nicely. Lately, I've put evening knitting aside for paid work, and daytime knitting aside for yard work. Whew! Someday, I'll sit and knit in my yard, and won't that be the bees' knees?

I don't want to embarrass anyone or cause family friction, but right now I'm finding my eldest child easy to enjoy. Thoroughly. A wise friend told me to enjoy it but not assume it will stay. Said child also reminded me that five years ago I thought frequently and longingly of boarding school for her, so there is hope for the younger set at home. She's right.

But she just emerged from her bedroom and said, "Gleaves go over your boots, right?"
I must have looked owlishly at her, because she said, "Leg armor?" hopefully. I said yes, I assumed that over made sense.
"Right," she said, and disappeared back into her room.

5 Comments:

At 11:33 AM, Anonymous Eric said...

It's "greaves" not "gleaves."

 
At 3:32 PM, Blogger Charity said...

I, too, think longingly of the day when I can sit in my garden and knit. Ahhh... :o)

 
At 5:35 PM, Blogger Spider said...

I said 'greaves'

 
At 8:47 PM, Blogger Stefaneener said...

I heard "gleaves." Sorry.

 
At 6:01 PM, Blogger Pancake Goddess said...

thoroughly enjoying number one around here, too. happy for you with that. do they make boarding school for three-year-olds?

 

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