Kat's KAL ended on Labor Day, but my TTLM (now known as Thistle Rambles) did not meet the deadline. A couple of weeks ago, while admiring my work of, I noticed a section that wasn't like the picture of Kirsten's shawl. It was then I realized I would have to take out ALL of clue 5 (because I had not read through it thoroughly enough) and reknit. I am very grateful I hadn't yet started the beautiful, but time consuming, picot bind off. As of today, the first few picots are now in place. Wish me well!
The book, The Underground Girls of Kabul, is for my Book Group. (This month marks our 29th year together!) I am only a chapter into the book and have 300 pages to go. However, I didn't buckle down and put in the time needed to finish, instead I found other things to do.
I left for work a little early so I could take a picture of the sunrise. I love a crepuscular rays and it was worth giving up my reading time to capture this shot.
When I got home I cleaned the bathrooms. (It had to be done!)
I, also, worked in the garden because the weather was superb and I had to be outdoors.
I sipped a glass of wine whilst enjoying the patio (I do drink alone).
And, I ended my day with a walk and pictures of the sunset, which I painted with Prisma (Caribbean).
With summer ebbing I have to revel in the beautiful days as much possible.