I'm making some headway on my scarf, but I do have a long way to go. Since I'm using a fingering weight yarn, the stitches are smaller. But that is OK, I'm enjoying the project and there isn't any rush.
I do have a "funny" (not so much) story to tell.
After I posted about starting my scarf, I set the project on an end table. It wasn't too long, and the dog got a hold of it and bolted; bounding through the house. I could hear the stitches being ripped out and when I finally got a hold of her (hiding under the dining room table), what was left was soaked with dog slobber. I felt like Charlie Brown; "Ugh!"
But, I persevered and started over.
And, I'm keeping it on a higher table when I'm not working on it.
On the reading front, the only reading I've been able to fit in lately is my daily devotions. I enjoy "Our Daily Bread", and reading the scripture verses that go along with the thought for the day. Today's readings were from Matthew 8:1-4; 9:9-12.
When Jesus heard that, He said to them, "Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick."
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Our weather has been gray and rainy so far this week. We did have a brief break from the rain late yesterday afternoon and there was a double rainbow behind our house. I ran to get the camera, but was only able to capture what was left as the sun quickly was going under the clouds again.
Hope your day is filled with blessings,
Linking up with Ginny for her weekly Yarn Along.