I’m beginning to feel like these socks won’t die. First I had to rip out the heel turn because it was entirely too narrow. Once I had both heel turns complete I decided that the niggling feeling I’d had about the heel flap being too short was correct too. So I ripped that out on both socks and started over. Somewhere in there the needle split the skin on my forefinger, right where I press to slip the needle back through the stitch. I suspect my fingers are telling me I need to pick something besides socks for my next project since I’ve been doing so much with the tiny needles lately. Given that I can now zoom along while reading (as long as I’m careful of my finger), I believe I’ll be done with these before next week.
I’ll soon be cutting the pieces for the April block, which will be Flying Geese.
My prompt machine has ground to a halt but my story is nowhere near the end. Now to find another or figure out on my own how she completes her quest.
I have an interview this afternoon for a part time position. Considering that this temp agency has called me out 4 times previously and then refused to return any of my phone calls about positions over the last 5 years, I’m somewhat ambivalent about the interview, but we’ll see.
A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin. I’m enjoying this one a lot more than the last one. This one has my favorite to read, Tyrion, plus Jon and a couple other storylines that I was really missing from the last book.