The forsythia is brave enough to come out, eventhough it is still cold and rainy parts of the day.
The pink baby blanket is coming along. Its simple enough to knit through a fever and unpleasantness. I'm feeling better, too. Well enough to attempt a crochet cast off from entill.typepad.com. It's pretty neat, but a long way around. The wool was already knit and frogged before it was donated to my charity stash, but I have faith that blocking will asuage the gauge.
The cotton baby blanket benefitted from blocking (and thwacking). I have already cast on a blue ripple blanket to round out my Lenten knitting. These are destined for an HIV hospital in South Africa. I was invited through a charity knitting group on Ravelry, but I still felt special as it was a good fit for me.
Tomorrow I take Emily to UVic for her audition to music school. We're staying on campus so we can bug Scotty and later having tea with some of the best people on the planet. Look forward to typical ferry crossing shots. I'm going to take my good camera because I really miss it. Maybe the sun will peak out. Here's hoping.