It was most definitely a heads-down, projects-in-progress kind of a weekend. And with very few people taking the Bank Holiday here, it's more of the same today. We are all in the midst of Big Things
No; not the socks. The socks are for knitting in front of the tv, in the evenings, with my feet up. Though I am in the middle of that first blue pair (ribbed leg, lighter blue toe, "eye of partridge" heel) and I've been spurred on by the sight of the second pair, which, as you can see, have actually been worn.
So, feet up?
Not right now. One of us is halfway through her exams, so it was a weekend of History, with a bit of Biology in the mix too. One of us is painting and papering in every spare moment, so we have a house ready to be rented as soon as possible (to avoid a long "void". Long voids aren't good). And I've avoided the papering, so that I can cut paper and stick it, for a new opportunity I was offered recently. I made four pages this weekend!
No photos of those yet. I've made a couple of things for gifts, too, and I can't photograph those either. But with any luck I'll have the camera out later in the week. We have plenty to look forward to over the next few days: a real life visit from a blog friend! an end of term dance show, the return of our fourth in number (he's home for the summer in less than a week!). Just need to get a few things finished up first.
Whatever you are up to this Monday - Bank Holiday or not - I hope you get a chance to put your feet up for a bit, do something nice, something just for you. Have a good one.
Last week Susanne, Jane, Ruth, Deb, Helena, Melissa, Krafty Karen, Eileen, Fiona, Sheena, Liz, Ladkyis, Barbara, Alison and Cheri all gave us a wave. Go on, go wish 'em a great start this Monday.
Oh, and before I go? Craig the hamster says thanks for the good wishes. He's hanging in there.