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March 19, 2020


mid-march unraveling
posted by soe 1:00 am

Unraveled

I haven’t knit on my sock in a couple of days, but I take it up to the park with me each evening, along with my book, which I have been working on. I’d thought I’d leave A Murderous Relation until later, because it looks distinctly possible that what was once a two-week slog could go on for months. But this week has been more painful than I expected, and time with Veronica and Stoker is comforting, which seems like an odd things to say about a book set in London with main characters pursuing Jack the Ripper.

I should resume listening to The Bride Test by Helen Hoang, but it hasn’t quite captured my interest the way I’d hoped it would. I have downloaded Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman for Rudi and me to listen to together. And I also just added the next Inspector Gamache novel, Cruelest Month, to aptly take me into April.

Unraveling along with As Kat Knits.

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Your sock is lovely! I’m glad you’ve found comfort in your book! And I hope you love The Cruelest Month… I thought the series really started to get going with this one.

Take care!

Comment by Katie @ The Cozy Burrow 03.19.20 @ 4:49 am

Your socks looks fun! What pattern is that?

Comment by Kat 03.19.20 @ 7:29 am

You need something really riveting to distract I think. I say this as I am simultaneously watching reruns of that 70s show. I don’t know why but its fun to me. I LOVE Your sock.

Comment by kathy b 03.19.20 @ 11:48 pm



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