I had resigned myself to failing to post this week, but sitting at my parents' kitchen table at 6 a.m. With a cup of tea and a home made hot cross bun, I thought I might have another go at posting from my tablet.
My knitting this week is Broadleaf by Pat Menchini, apparently not on Ravelry. This is to be a gift for Husband on our upcoming "wool" wedding anniversary. I'm not terribly optimistic that it will be finished on time, but I think it will look lovely. I got off to a slow start when I swatched a few times, couldn't get gauge, bought new needles, got gauge, then Bob climbed on the needles, snapping them. It's a really good job he's so cute!
Reading this week is Mama: Love, Motherhood and Revolution. An interesting book about becoming a mother and bonding with your child. My favourite feature of this book is the short lists of helpful tips at the ends of the chapters or interviews. More on this next week when I have got to the end! I do have so many lovely things to read at the moment!
I m hope this finds you well, and I wish you a happy Easter if you are celebrating!