This space has been quiet since last week, sorry for that! We are still figuring out our new rhythms with school, our co-op, and a fun homeschool PE class the kids are taking weekly. I have so many things to tackle in the next month and a half, some days it all seems feasible, other days I feel completely inundated. Right now, we are all a bit distracted with the hurricane about to hit our coastline this week. We are pretty far inland but still have family right on the coast of SC, and we are bracing and preparing mentally for a lot of days of rain, flooding, and possible power outages.
As for knitting, I have a few projects on the needles but mainly keep picking up my plume shawl. I’ve knit a few more repeats of the pattern since last week, in between working on other projects. The lace is easy to memorize and even work on with children around and lots of interruptions (which I usually cannot do). It’s going to be so gorgeous when finished after the lace is blocked, I can’t wait to see it! It’ll be hard to part with, but at the same time I think the recipient will really love it, so that makes it worthwhile.
I’m just finishing up Courage, Dear Heart and then Home Education came in at the library. I have meant to read it for awhile, and now am digging into it to see if it’s one I should just buy (probably, right?).
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What a lovely shawl! It’s hard to focus on knitting with bigger worries on the horizon; a hurricane is a pretty large worry, in addition to all of the daily little things! I definitely recommend adding “Home Education” to your home library. It has been so very inspiring for me!