Cat got your....yarn?

Love the random, proper grammar optional


A Balance

Two exciting pieces of news:

1. The first jaywalker is complete. It is beautiful, and I can't wait to finish the second so I can wear them together. Please do not mind the incredibley white leg.... hehe.

2. I have been granted an interview with the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. On February 14th, at 11 am, I will be deciding my future. AH!

On the flip side, some bad news. At least there is only one:

My cell phone has been taken by a very gruff sounding urban man. He answered when my mother called and proptly told her I was "at the store." My poor mother.


Knitting update

I've decided to be a follower. Last Saturday, the boy took me to the yarn store (aw). I bought two skeins of beautiful blue sock yarn and a pair of US 1 Clover bamboo needles (mm). The woman at the counter, after she had so wonderfully made my boy comfortable in the waiting area, asked if I was making socks. Why yes, I was preparing to attempt the Jaywalker socks that everyone seems to be so successful with lately.

As of Saturday evening, this was my progress....

I now have turned the heel and I am almost done with the heel gusset decreases. It is really going to be a beautiful sock!

In other news, I have been working everyday 10am-5pm at the vet hospital and 4:30-9:30 at the Newman Center. It is very exhausting, but I am loving every minute. I get to learn so much every day. I hear things at the vet hospital that I don't understand and I go home and research each evening. I have already learned about tplo surgeries, dcm, and several other things. It is also an excellent way to review my knowledge of medical termonolgy.

Oh, and in a strange turn of events, I have joined the sockapaloooza. Hopefully, I am capable of producing socks that the receipient will enjoy...

That is all for now, peace.