1:20pm - While waiting (and waiting) in construction, cast on. (The car was fully parked, I assure you.) Matching wardrobe to the yarn is a great sign of good luck for a project start, don't you think?
2 pm - Occupied hands (not eyes) with knitting, while watching all the trotting and posting that my Adelaide doesn't want me to miss a second of in her lesson.
3:30 pm - an early dinner date with Ezra and Calvin. Finish the ribbing while waiting for milkshakes, paninnis and fries (oh yes, Duckfat), and while discussing important things with my boys like Nutcracker placements, dirt bikes, and Lady Gaga's latest album.
6pm - Visit with the dance moms (but not Dance Moms) and knit and knit some more while waiting for classes to end.
9pm - Wine, brownie, and yarn in front of the fire while listening to the Red Sox game with my love.
10pm - Bail on my love (or rather, the baseball) for the quiet of my studio and a little bit of BBC (who cares if I've seen all of Lark Rise to Candleford already?). Keep knitting.
7am - Tea, toast, and eggs with my baby girl. And yarn.
11am - A few stitches snuck into a Taproot editorial meeting with the lovely Meredith.
1pm - Hammock time with Harper, some glorious October sun...and a little bit of knitting.
4pm - Snuggles on the front porch with Annabel, Piper...and a new hat.
I do declare - there are few things more portable, gratifying and pleasant than hat knitting.