Several of you asked if my husband would be home for the baby's birth. The answer is yes, I hope so. He plans to be home for R&R at Christmas, and hopefully all of the dates work out properly so that he can be there. He's such an integral part of my birthing process that I can't imagine him not being there. So I can say, "Hopefully, yes."
Something that may shock and astound you: I have not knit in over a week. In fact, I'm pretty sure the last time I picked up the needles was to finish up my (as yet unblogged) Loksins socks two Mondays ago at the fiber group I attend whenever I'm home. I know, strange. Instead, all that I want to do is spin.
Here I am spinning this morning.
I love the look on Daisy's face. She'd been happily sitting out there on the deck with me eating her breakfast, but just before the picture was taken she lost all interest in being pleasant.
I was working on the Rosebud roving that you saw on my wheel two posts ago -- it was going very slow as I learned the idiocyncratic nature of the HitchHiker, but now things are moving along at a much faster clip. It's still not nearly as efficient as my Lendrum back in Germany, but I did manage to finish up all of the Rosebud today, and now I just have to wet-finish it. If it's warm enough for the skeins to dry quickly tomorrow, I'll be able to take some pictures.
We've been having a rather lovely time here down at the New Jersey shore. A friend lent us their beach house, so we're within walking distance of the ocean, and have been going there every morning after breakfast.
Some of my favorite shots so far from the week:
(My sister Joy)
(My two youngest brothers Christopher and Joel, forever in search of trouble)
(Joy and my very pregnant sister Hannah)
Hopefully tomorrow I'll have some finished skeins to show you! (Oh, and maybe those finished Loksins...)
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