It's yarny. It's bookish. It's right up my alley. Probably not every week, but perfect for every now and again.
I have this problem. I can't just focus on one thing at a time- I have to be half-focused on a dozen things at a time. It isn't the best or most productive situation, let me tell you. Projects take FOREVER to complete because I have so many begun. Books take FOREVER to finish because I pick up a particular one before bed and then a different one in the afternoon for a few minutes and then a different one then those the next time I have a minute to read. It is ridiculous.
I finished the first fingerless glove from last years' knit class and put the second one on hold through the summer because I was unable to attend any classes to help me through my inevitable hangups. Going from dishcloths to fingerless gloves is quite a jump for me and my brain often feels like it is going to explode. As the knit class has started back up, I'll be tackling that second fingerless glove to finally complete the pair. And hopefully before spring.
(Can I just say how depressing it is to go through all the work of a project, finally get it off the needles and then have a whole OTHER thing to knit before the project is completed and becomes usable?! Wow. What a buzz kill.)
One more chapter to go of The Real Crash by Peter Schiff which is a just fabulous. He has all the answers to our economic woes, if only people would listen.
The book Brave New World I have just cracked open because I never should have been allowed to reach 31 without reading and by golly, I am not going to reach my next birthday without reading it.
Hard Times is a great book to take nibbles on- all differing accounts from the Great Depression. A Bountiful Harvest I got mostly for the pictures, I admit.
My sister-in-law loaned me The Pioneer Woman book and I am nearly done. It is as witty and hilarious as her blog was, back when I read her blog. It is a welcome change to the heady and deep books I have been consuming lately.