Let me just say, I am not sorry to see the back of November. It wasn’t an awful month, but it was an annoying one: On Nov. 2 I lost my transit pass (worth $128, and necessary to replace) and that just started the month off for disaster, which ultimately struck last week when the pipe to our bathroom sink’s hot water faucet broke and (unrelatedly, but on the same day) my laptop died. Basically, this was the most expensive month possible for boring and annoying reasons.
BUT, now it’s December, and I’m starting fresh. I finished both L’s socks (on the day I posted about them) and my mum’s shawl (last night) in November, so now I’m working away on my dad’s socks, which are the last big holiday project. I did have to rip them out (I cast on last night and should clearly have known better), but I restarted on a smaller needle and everything is ticking along.
All of which is to say, I have a good feeling about December. I have 17 knitting days left before I need to be done, and right now that feels totally doable. How are you feeling?
Sorry about your rough November! Hope December is wonderful for you. 🙂
December will be better. I like the new sock color combo.
Love of Cuteness
Sending you warm wishes for good luck this month! I like those socks!
Man, November was the month that all my expensive things started making expensive noises too.
I’m glad to hear that your holiday knitting has largely gone well though. I’m not planning to make anyone anything, but it seems like that often changes a week before Christmas.
it’s funny how when bad things like that happen, they happen in bunches! Here’s hoping your December is vastly superior to November. 🙂
So sorry about November! “Boring and expensive reasons” is a great descriptor for these types of things…so annoying.