I really did post every day this month. While it was challenging, and there were a few days when I truly had nothing to say, it was not as hard as I thought it would be. For those days when I was topic challenged, D did say that I could always post about my "splendiferous husband who is wonderful in every way." That suggestion always helped me come up with a better topic.*
For the rest of this year, I will try to stick to a three evening a week posting schedule. I can do that, and I should be able to come up with enough content to be interesting with that schedule.
On this month's other challenge, I did not quite make it. I am off of Sleeve Island, but not finished. Tomorrow during the big game I will pick up several hundred stitches along the front and neck edges. Then I will knit 11 rows of 2x2 ribbing. If all goes well with that, Mr. Greenjeans has a Saturday night date with a sinkful of Soak and a towel on the wool room floor. I will have a new sweater to wear on my trip to Atlanta next Wednesday. If I had not needed to rip out a week of knitting, I easily could have finished this sweater in a month. But, ripping is part of knitting, so I did not quite make it.
In other news, I have learned my lesson about crowing about no travel for a month. Since I got excited and told many people last weekend, the travel gods smacked me on Tuesday with two (thankfully very short) trips in the three weeks before Christmas. At least I'll be visiting warmer places with nice yarn shops.
* D was not amused by that observation.