I will confess. I. Hate. Moving.
Seriously end of story.
Only right now the family is facing one of the biggest moves and changes in any of our lives. Out I think the Gentleman of the house gets a pass since when he was a teen he and his family moved from Arizona to Illinois. That is a big change. Though he wasn't in charge of it, he was along for the ride in a sense.
I have to admit to never living more then an hour away from the city I was raised in. Ever.
I've visited a hand full of other states and had the pleasure of seeing the Atlantic ocean once.
Now we are five weeks away from moving from Illinois to California. This is a huge thing. Just trying to research and make heads or tails of various laws there has been a bit of an eye opener. (Gerbils are on the prohibited list, luckily we don't own one...)
It kind of hurts that I have only had the spare brain cells to work on a pattern with a one row repeat.
My Faucett scarf is light enough that it won't be obsolete in California, and it would be a *very* light if not mostly decorative scarf in a normal Illinois winter. It is honestly a super easy one row repeat.
The pattern I was trying to write is on hold until the drive to California, due to the sheer lack of free grey matter on my part right now. I think it says something that I was two balls of yarn into it before I realized I was using needles that were two sizes two small.
Posting will be touch and go for now. My intent is to get a post up at least once a week, maybe two, though we will see what happens.
-The head Wench.