Everything is running away at the moment, time, days, projects, deadlines, ok really it all comes back to time. No matter how organised I think I am I seem to be forever running to catch up.By Sunday night I had got myself into such a state I had to sit down and draw up a massive planner with all my due dates, appointments, work etc. Phew! it is pasted to the window next to my beloved imac, and is scaring the bejezus out of me!! I must learn not to say yes to everything! well at least not before checking my schedule. In short this is why I haven't responded to your lovely emails and comments, and haven't dropped by to say hello (boy you guys all write alot!!). However, this post is not about boring you with my inefficient time management skills. Once again the whizzme clan have been taking in some sights.
Last week Mum was over (the mother who lovingly finishes my knitting projects for me) again. Mother whizzme, Miss whizzme and myself went to Bendigo for two nights so we could once again visit the wonderful Sheep and Wool Show that the town hosts each year. This show never disappoints, and if you have never made the trip and love yarn, I would suggest booking it in for next year. I was restrained in my purchases this year, but still enjoyed the wonderful colours and creations and textures on show. That ol' sheep has got the right idea. Miss Whizzme enjoyed the nursery farm - for about 2 straight hours! On the way home we also stopped into Kyneton, a lovely town with some great shops, and a yarn store of its own.
Mum came supplied with the Sarah Dallas wrap cardigan knitted ready for sewing up - and it looks lovely so far. It meant confessing to the fact that I had not yet sewn up last years cardigan, and was thoroughly falling down on my part of the bargain. Enough said!
I luckily received one of RicRac's wonderful little birdcages - they are so adorable, he is hanging here now keeping me company - thanks Jodie.
Meanwhile, I am slowly finishing my mockery socks (boy are they aptly named - they mock me every day!), trying to ignore the morning surf scarf (on ravelry) I started in Bendigo and attempting to squeeze in a quick gift making session for a new baby. Most mornings however, I can be found rushing Miss Whizzme to school while brushing my hair, knitting a few rows at traffic lights and wondering how I managed to put my top on inside out again!