It’s been a long weekend! We didn’t even do anything that exciting until Sunday when the kids had two (!) birthday parties, but I still can barely remember what I did.
I finalized the design for half of my current KP project, and finished the first duplicate stitch bit (that I showed you last time). I think I’m going to run out of yarn, though. I try to be as conservative as possible when estimating how much I’ll need, but this time I think I fell short. I’ll have to email and ask for more.

I’m typing this from my phone as I lie on the floor in the den, still tangled in the sheets where I slept last night. Saturday night after dinner Yannick’s stomach started to bug him, and he was up all night so he spent the day in bed. I didn’t want to join him until he was feeling better and the sheets were changed, so once the boys were in bed I holed myself up in the den with my knitting and some tea and just kept going until I was too sleepy to knit any longer. Half of our couch (it’s an L shape) is at the Brick being repaired, so I figured it would be more comfy on the heated floor. It’s not bad, actually!

Since I can’t show you my knitting, I’ll share a silly iPhone pic I took about a week ago when I had both boys snuggled in my lap.

Author: Jennifer Lori

Punny dork who makes stuff.

3 thoughts on “2010-11-15

  1. I totally forgot you guys had a heated floor in the den. Do you like using it when not sleeping on it?

    Hope Y feels better soon.

    That sucks about running short on yarn šŸ˜¦


  2. Mmmm, heated floors. I don’t think I’d like to sleep on ’em though, heh.


  3. I think heated floors are so cool! I’ve considered putting them in our ground floor, but in SoCal it seemed like a waste of money. Instead I got a really big bath rug. šŸ˜‰


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