I have to very carefully rip Pomotamus back about half a repeat and see if I can salvage it. The reason for this is, it is a very bad idea to bring charted *anything* to an Eddie Izzard performance. Frankly, it's a bad idea to bring knitting to an Eddie Izzard performance period, because you'll probably laugh so hard you drop half your stitches even if you're just doing boring old st st. Just sayin.
OMG the funny.
Before we went off to see Mr. Izzard (who is really funny and did a 5 minute mime of a giraffe playing charades) I finally finished spinning and plying up the last ounce or so of Dandy Lion. It's all off the spindle now and waiting for a nice bath in some woolwash. It's still not my own personal favorite color scheme but damn is it some pretty yarn. I'm delighted with how it came out.
This came in the mail today
and I am thinking now that I want to ply the delphinium against the morning glory and make spring garden sock yarn.
The oldest is up in PDX for a few days, visiting family, while the youngest and I cool our heels in LA and try to find something to occupy our time. It seems like the summer is just whizzing by. We just got registration packets for back to school, camp is over, and I'm just now sinking into the idea of summer!!