Sunday, August 19, 2007

The Endless Afghan - The Twelfth Square

Kenny starts 6th grade tomorrow. This past week has been spent doing "Mommy" things after putting a full day at work ----- taking Kenny shopping for new school clothes, new shoes, school supplies and a new backpack. I have also been informed by my young man that he is "too old" for the kids dressing room so I was relegated to sitting outside the "adult" dressing room and waiting for him to come out show me his choices.
This left me very little time for blogging but a great deal of extra time for knitting.As a result, I finished the twelfth square of the Endless Afghan and have most of the thirteen square completed as well. Hopefully,things will return to normal around here next week.

5 comments:

sophanne said...

So I was reading my uncle's bookd "The Art of Cross Examination" (from 1918) and it occurred to me how much sitting (in between various meetings) an attorney has to do. I have to sit on the floor whenever possible at teachers meeting because I have the "jimmy legs." In addition to everything you do, I'm thinking it's hard to sit still for so long!

Yarnhog said...

Ahhhh--the start of school. Best time of the year. Mine go back on Wednesday. I'm planning a private little celebration, complete with yarn and pastries.

Sharon said...

I went back and looked at all your Endless Afghan squares, and your "mission statement," so to speak, when you began the project. It's going to be a work of art that your family will cherish for generations.

I've seen the book but didn't look at it closely. Will you do a border once the squares are joined?

kay said...

Another gorgeous square! I can't wait to see them all together.

Suzanne said...

The block is beautiful!