We've had house guests who I barely know for the last few days and it has turned our house upside down. I'm a bad hostess, I know it. I really need a bit of down time every day. Call me a baby but I like having guests I know who are happy chilling out for a bit of time, I get worn out when someone is 24/7 and I don't know them. I like having house guests who would understand if I said- I am burnt out, it's cereal for dinner or here is a list of good places to go. See ya. (90% of our house guests are like this, they know me) Staying up late and eating out has made me cranky. And in a series of bizarre offers from Marky Mark and strange planning on their part, he is driving them home the 9 - 10 hour drive. Don't ask, he's not even sure how it happened. So next week is going to be ultra quiet, no guests and no husband!
I have not knit one stitch in ... who knows how many days. I'm not even sure where the bag with the almost finished periwinkle sweater is! How's that for a crazy week? I did get a minute to work on some little hearts. And I have come up with a great idea. I have to keep it under wraps, because the execution may not be a simple as the idea and it may flop. Plus, I tend to jinx things if I let them out of the bag too soon. But the idea is in my head waiting to get tested out.
I think I have arthritis in my finger. Anyone know how to find out for sure? It's been hurting a while now and good and stiff. It's not essential to knitting, so don't get too concerned. Is there anything that can be done?
So any bets on when I can get back to knitting? I finally secured a few minutes last night to catch up on reading everyone's blogs. Not too big on the commenting because I was tight on time but I sent mental vibage out to those who need it. I know by the end of the day I'll be backed up again but hoping to be a better commenter and catch-er-up-er. Bloglines makes it easy to not comment when I am rushing, anyone else find this to be true?