I knitted Jupiter. :)
While everyone is processing that... ;) Look! A boy up my willow tree, wearing a pink tutu. Aw. :)
And here is boy's mama, helping me photograph the shawl I am working on right now. I'm a bit past halfway now.
Meanwhile in the (overgrown) garden, dyed sock yarn is drying on the line, and a batik shopping bag too. That's a boy up the tree again in the background. There is always someone up the tree when I'm trying to take washing line pictures.
I am really enjoying reading again. Oh what a good sign that is. I have rather a pile of books in fact. My e-reader is currently displaying the cover of Neverwhere, because I'm on a Neil Gaiman kick. In "real" paper books, it's non-fiction:
Project-Based Homeschooling, by Lori Pickert, is brilliant. Since I finished it, I have put up a noticeboard for the children to pin ideas and requests for materials and notes about their projects. I am trying to make supplies more accessible without allowing the toddler free reign with so much mess. How I wish for more living space right now! Anyway, the book is inspiring and is helping me feel like I am doing enough, and giving me ideas for how to facilitate in new ways.
Hey look, more yarn! Yeah I know. Obsessed doesn't even begin to cover it. ;)