I kept telling myself, "I'm going on a trip and I'm going to bring the brown fair-isle socks." Then, playing the part of the next participant: "I'm going on a trip and I'm going to bring the brown fair-isle socks and the evolving sweater." Then, a while later, "I'm going on a trip and I'm going to take the brown fair-isle socks, the evolving sweater, and the blue variegated socks."
Because if I didn't have enough knitting along, I might run out of things to knit. OMG!
Then Ted said, "Get a grip. You're only gone for two-and-a-half days."
So, I'm just taking two pairs of socks. I'll be spending some significant hours on Amtrak and the LIRR; maybe I'll finish them both!
Meanwhile, the Evolving Sweater has once again regressed owing to another cable needle tragedy--this time the plastic cable separated from the metal screw-post. I am starting to hate circular needles.
|The malevolent needle is hanging out on the right.|
As you perhaps know, we are having an unseasonably warm winter. Today, the first of February, the temperature in Westerly, Rhode Island was almost 60F, and the ambient flora are behaving accordingly. There are already snowdrops blooming in the garden!