I don't know why it took so long! My Age of Brass & Steam kerchief turned into a slightly larger shawlette. I love the colors and the style. It's simple, straightforward, without frilly edges. I will definitely get much wear from this during the colder months.
I've also been dabbling with my scarf and my sweater the past few weeks, but unfortunately, neither have seen too many rows or rounds except here and there. Season of life is too busy, (I've become a 'chauffeur' recently with all the hurrying to and fro, and it's not even my schedule!) and I can't figure out how to knit AND drive at the same time! (just kidding, Mom!)
Soon, I'm expecting a gradual slow down and a return to a normal routine (whatever that is) when we restart our homeschool, and the older kids students begin their college classes. I am definitely looking forward to that!
Sorry for the lack of book pic this week. Reading has been a mish-mash of things: Grow Your Handmade Business, Millionare Teacher, a very nice Moosewood cookbook, and, oh, I did manage to skim to the end read Stealing Mona Lisa. Can't comment on the other three at the moment, but the latter one was so-so. I thought it would have an interesting storyline since it was based (albeit loosely) on an actual event, but it fell flat and became cliche. The characters were somewhat superficial, the dialogue seemed forced at times and ... well... you can see why I skipped to the end. Too bad, really.
Joining with Ginny today... how about you?