Someday, I will sleep in my own bed for 8 consecutive nights. The my calendar for the next few months is shaping up, that someday may not happen until November. This week it's a new Ohio city every day. Which is OK. I like Ohio—it's green and sunny and not too hot here. The rolling hills make for a pleasant drive by scenery. Unless I have no knitting in hand.
I cleverly packed one sock project for this trip so I would perhaps manage to finish a pair. Yesterday, I finished the first Solstice Slip sock on my morning flight from Washington, DC, to Cleveland. Sometime in the afternoon, two of my Brittany toothpicks snapped. Today, I rode in a car from Cleveland to Columbus with a couple of detours to visit customers along the way. WITH NO KNITTING. At least I could read SheepThrills on my iPhone.
After checking into my home for the night in Columbus, I dragged my co-worker to the Yarn Shop for a new set of size 1 dpns. And a skein of souvenir sock yarn—Araucania Ranco in color 304 which reads primarily blue with hints of purple to me. Before bed tonight, I will to cast on for Jane's Hedgerow Socks so I have something to knit in the car tomorrow.
So much for clever plans. I will be spending enough time in the car and at O'Hare between now and Saturday that I might be able to finish the new socks on this trip. That's all I've got tonight. The camera stayed home this trip. And I need to get some sleep.