How do I bear the excitement of my life?
Summer intensive “camp” is rolling right along. Two weeks down, three to go. My sister’s doing a great job. The summer schedule can be overwhelming, but she’s really thrown herself into it.
I’m making her a pair of fuchia Tidal Wave socks in Silky Baby Lambs. I love the pattern, but hate the yarn. I made an entire sock between yesterday afternoon and this morning, taking time out to read a 200 page book for class. No pics, because she’s borrowing my camera– I’ll post one when I give them to her.
I’m also working on a print o the wave stole in Cherry Tree Hill sock yarn, an autumnal colorway. It’s very pretty yarn and the pattern is pretty easy, but I don’t think I’m going to have enough yarn. So, I may rip it and reknit it in Helen’s Laces Gold Hill which is almost the same color.
So, that’s pretty much my exciting week.
Oh, I went to the dentist (aka my second home) yesterday. The gold crowns weren’t what I think of as crowns, more like big fillings, which is a good thing, since I now have five, not four like they told me. Getting them put in took an hour and a half or so, so I’ll get the final two (porcelain) next week. So, no money spent this week. The third (and hopefully final) bout of scaling was “a gift”.
I got a bonus when I stashed the cash I had to pay the dentist (no personal checking in Korea)– I found about $200 from a previous dentist visit that I had forgotten about.