We've filled up all available cupboards and closets, and yet we still have a big pile of boxes in the living room and under the large coffee table, with nowhere to store them! I had a little bit of a meltdown last night, when I realised we are bursting at the seams. I'm not a tidy person, but, suddenly, every surface is full of rubbish. I can't find things. I had to root round for my battery charger for the camera last night. To get to drawers I have to move the various bits of excess furniture out of the way. My stash is all over the place. I've finished the first sock of the current pair, but I can't find the second ball to knit the second sock!
I've had a busy week of installing all the software for the home hub, and vision box (bt) which was actually very easy to do, just not so when you're falling over wires and scart leads and ethernet cables, in a small space full of boxes, tired from a full day's work. I've never had so many things to plug in! We have two phones now, one is a broadband phone, but yet another plug to find a home.
All the knitting this week has been on a denim blanket from Debbie Abrahams first Blankets and Throws book. I'm a little addicted to this type of book at the moment, I suppose because you can pick them up at any time, and the projects are all small squares, easy enough to knit one in an evening. Dawn's equivalent of wash cloths! I've also not dismissed crocheting a koigu blanket, especially after seeing Mary's crocheted squares.
The Bee Fields shawl and the Autumn leaves are on hold until my concentration comes back.
I'm hoping that's soon!
This is the view from my front door; the leaves turn red and fall off in a matter of weeks. The first red leaf appeared about 9 days ago.
I so love Autumn.
I'm going to spend Sunday trying to make a dent in stash re-organisation. I need a camera and daylight so that I can photograph and log it all. It's all been moved around, so my tags on flickr and ravelry need changing.