but it isn't dry yet.
I finished the knitting a few days ago, but dragged my feet about sewing up the sleeves. I actually like sewing seams in knits, but I just kept pushing it off until late Sunday evening. This morning I soaked it and now it's drying.
Last week ended up being busy and exhausting. My volunteer responsibilities ramped up and I needed to put in a few long days to keep everything together. I enjoyed every minute of it, but paid a price with the resulting fatigue. I was so tired that I had Gary help me with the groceries on Saturday - it's been years since we grocery shopped together.
Although my face looks mostly healed, I still have swelling (now settled along the jawline) and lots of discomfort around my ears. I also have a spot on the right side, where the bigger stitches were, that is still not closed up. I think a drain was in this spot. It's not infected and its hidden from sight, but it annoys me.
Also annoying me is my hair. I've scheduled a cut for next week, since I need my head to be mended before I let scissors near it, but it looks bad.
But in the bright side, my new glasses came in, we may get a short period of warmer weather soon and I'm back up to 16-17 miles a day on the bike.
Plus there is bike knitting:
It's a Brady Scarf, out of Kauni EQ - an easily memorized pattern, so perfect for the bike.
Sweater photos, but probably headless ones, soon.