For some strange reason, I have always felt that sitting down and knitting is "lazy." I'm not sure why (especially when so many of the items I'm making are gifts for other people), but whenever I sit down to knit I feel like I ought to be doing something more "productive."
But really, knitting is no less productive than, say, sewing. So in the interest of banishing un-reasoned prejudices against knitting, I'm going to discuss my productivity on this lovely, relaxing day.
I finished a hat today.
And I finally figured out a piece of a mittens pattern I was stuck on.
I knitted a few rows of my lace knit cowl.
(Which is taking forever. I'm not sure how I feel about lace knitting yet..)
I started a little bitty bit of one hat.
I made good progress on a cable-knit scarf.
All the while sipping hot tea and deliciously aromatic coffee, listening to T type away at homework.
Miso soup for lunch; leftovers for dinner ( = minimal kitchen duty).
So, even though I didn't get any laundry done, or make the bed, or even exercise, I'm still going to call this a productive day. It won't be forever that I can sit and knit knit knit all day, right?
Besides, it was ridiculously windy today and who wants to go outside in that sort of weather anyway? even if it's sunny.
Happy stitching! :)