Tuesday, May 5, 2009


... with nothing to show for it! These two projects have been on my needles for at least two weeks -- that's a LONG time, for me.

And these pics aren't great, either. The scarf is actually a dark blue with tweedy/heather-y bits in it, and will be finished today. It's the last of the 'angel' scarves for International Scarf Exchange #7.

I can't remember if I've mentioned Zac on my blog. Zac is a San Diego 16-year-old who is currently attempting to become the youngest person ever to sail around the world alone, and I've been following his story for several months now. He made it in to Grenada day before yesterday (in the fog, with no working radar, I might add!) and now has only two 'legs' to home -- through the Panama Canal, and then up the west coast. It's been quite a journey ... most of us can only imagine.

I'll only have a little knitting time today, too -- I'll be at the computer most of the day, finishing a writing/editing job that I'm having fun with!


Anonymous said...

Isn't it nice when it's a job you enjoy?!


Grace said...

I am still curious about my partner for ISE, I sent her the scarf in very early Feb--- I have never heard a word from her, She doesn't respond to emails and I can't navigate her blog. I just hope she got it.

Your knitting is fabulous as always