It also means I am getting back to the project that I'm stunt-knitting. That requires sitting in front of my computer, moving the chart up one line at a time. It is shadow/illusion knitting and I'm very glad to have Franklin Habit's recent post over at Skacel to help me understand. I am enjoying the technique, though I wish the chart had stitch counts marked on it so I could make it a smidge more mindless. But I'm making do for this project and if I do another one, I might do a PDF modifier.
The weather has finally begun to feel like October, now that it is nearly November.
I was at Loyola campus the other day and caught this pretty grouping of trees. I love how on one end it's red and then gradients back to green.
Hoping that the next few days, in addition to a boatload of writing, cleaning, cooking, reorganizing, going to Salvation Army-ing, etc etc that a pile of knitting can get done as well. That's the plan anyway.
*Health Science programs don't have a fall break afaik, but I can pretend that's what this is, even though everyone else is still at school, right?