If only he had opposable thumbs and could type - she would REALLY be happy if someone else typed up her homework.
The Kid and I are off to scenic Connecticut this weekend so she can dance her feet off once again. She needs a 1st in Novice Slip Jig to complete her strategic plan for the month. Cross your fingers for her, please.
Then we have the non-furry beast -
The WIP that will never end. I am clearly much worse at math than I thought, or this project and I feel into some sort of wormhole, because I crochet and crochet and crochet and crochet, and it still isn't finished.
Actually, it is getting closer. I need to figure out the edging and finish writing the pattern.
Then the Kid would really like it if I went back to knitting her leg warmers, so that they might conceivably be finished during a month in which she might actually be able to wear them.
I would really like to go back to working on the Highland Shawl from Folks Shawls that I started before Christmas. The center section is almost finished, and then I can pick cast on 300 or so stitches and start the next section.
Work progresses, I fall behind in planning class homework - the usual in the land of freelance employment.
Back to work...