I hope you're staying warm wherever you are. Here's a pic to show you what it looks like here. Winter slammed us again yesterday, dumping about 8 more inches of snow on us. Coupled with a falling temperature and gusty winds, it was not a pleasant day. Schools, offices, and businesses began closing about noon yesterday and are still closed today. Right now, it's sunny, cloudless, and so bright you need sunglasses outside. By tonight, they're predicting more lake effect snow. Even though I grew up in this area and am used to snow, I have had enough!
Our Frog Pond Fiber Arts meeting scheduled for last night was cancelled. Major bummer! The library we meet at closed at 5 pm last night and is still closed today. I'll call tomorrow to see if we can reschedule our meeting to later in the month.
I knit a few rows on the Mystery Pi shawl. I'm not really in the mood to work on it. Probably because I keep making mistakes with the Clue #4 pattern and having to correct it. It's not that hard so I don't understand why I'm not getting it. Clue #5 was supposed to come out last Friday. It still hasn't been posted. Hope everything is ok with the designer, Renee.
I started another pair of socks with some Regia sock yarn from my stash. These are my February socks. I have a goal to knit one pair of socks every month. So far I've made December and January. It's been so cold I really could use more pairs of wool socks. By next winter, I should have a drawerful.