I am thrilled to come here this evening and see I have comments. Now I just have to figure out how to respond to them. I think I have that problem solved for the new comments but let me just say "Thanks and welcome" to my commenters so far.
And I finished The Tenderness of Wolves this afternoon. It was a fine book right up to the end and even left me a little teary-eyed. Sometimes Unwilling Guru, I'd love to know what you think of it when you're done. Leah, I've never read Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde so I have absolutely no intelligent comment to make, I'm afraid!
And Gemma, I figured cats were sort of required for a knitting blog!
So I said I would try to put up another picture or two. It's getting late but I think I will try to put up one. This is a recently completed scarf (it's Knitpick's Candleflame stole pattern - I think that's the name) that I entered in the Maryland State Fair this year. And it won a third place ribbon in its category! Huzzah. So at least, perhaps, my lace-knitting cred is augmented a bit, after my wimping out on the periwinkle...uh...Carolina blue scarf.
The yarn is Blue Heron's mercerized cotton in the Water Hyacinth colorway.