I know you've all been waiting with baited breath, and here it is. I cast on the first of the Dardo yarn this morning.
Sharp eyed readers with good memories might recognize this pattern. Yep, it's the ubiquitous One Row Scarf. I know the pattern doesn't show up that well in that photo, so you'll just have to trust me. That's what it is. I've knit several of these before, but it's such a good yet simple pattern that I keep coming back to it.
And since these take just a bit more time, I also cast on another Fun Fur scarf.
And I watched football. Lots of football. OK, only three games, but that counts as a lot, doesn't it? It was the weekend of the upset, I tell you. Unranked Texas handed #5 Nebraska their first loss of the season. Unranked Mississippi State handed #22 Florida their third loss in a row. And here's the shocker, #18 Wisconsin knocked #1 Ohio State out of that #1 spot 31-18. Both LSU and Auburn remain unbeaten, setting up a good match for next week when they face each other.
In between all this knitting and football watching, I finally got my fall decorations out and put them up.
I hit a bit of an impasse when I got here.
The junk and I stared at each other for a good long while, but in the end, I persevered. Now this cabinet looks lovely and fall-y...ish. Whatever.
I took some Benadryl, hoping it would help me sleep a little better tonight. I can't remember the last time I slept the night through. Seems I wake up every hour or two. If that doesn't work, I may have to resort to The Green Elixer of Death. Otherwise known as Nyquil.
Squeaky says, "I notice you still aren't knitting anything for me."