Knitting continues to be kind of sporadic around here. I mean . . . I knit a little nearly every day, but most days it's very little. There are so many other things to do!
I'm still busy out in the garden, for example. Because the weather still allows it -- and there really is no frost in sight at this point. So, hey! Let's do some transplanting, huh? And let's use those "bonus rocks" (from the re-built retaining wall) to create the garden border I've always wanted. And while we're at it, let's get a head start on moving the garden path before winter! (So full of ideas. . . )
(I suppose someday winter will just . . . arrive. And catch me off guard. But for now? Dig in!)
All of that . . . prelude . . . should serve as a warning that I've got nothin' much to share with you in the unraveled department this week. Just another shot of my slightly-longer arrows project.
As for reading, I just finished listening to Stay with Me by Ayobami Adebayo. (The audio version is wonderful because the narrator's Nigerian accent just adds to the reading experience.) I'd been waiting for that one on Overdrive for months and months, so I had to put my current Audible read - Forest Dark by Nicole Krauss - on temporary hold (because I can listen anytime. . . ). I'm not sure I'll get back to it anytime soon, though, because I can see I'm next-in-line for another Overdrive audiobook! (Deadlines always win.)
And then this arrived yesterday . . .
When I first heard that a new Mary Oliver poetry anthology would be available this fall, I thought I'd put it on my Christmas wish list this year. But then, as summer progressed, I decided I need Mary Oliver and I need her NOW. So I pre-ordered. It arrived yesterday and I am thrilled!
How about YOU? What are you knitting working on and reading?
Check in with the rest of the "unravelers" over at Kat's!