AND, not to beat a dead horse, but I'm so happy that I chose to knit both socks at the same time. It tricks your brain into thinking you are knitting the pair faster, even though you are knitting the same number of stitches. Seriously. Try it.
In other news, Paul and I took a drive on Sunday and went to Chatham and Hudson, NY. First we went to breakfast at the Homefront Cafe in town and got really full on eggs benedict (for me) and an omelet (for him). Then we went driving, thinking we'd stop somewhere for lunch. (Needless to say we were full until 4pm!).
Chatham was a very cute little town and has The Warm Ewe yarn shop. Unfortunately for us, it's closed on Sundays but we looked in the windows and it looks to be a very nice, cozy shop. I've heard good things about it.
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And then we walked by the Chatham Bookstore and saw this:
1) It's 53 degrees here today and the daffodils and crocuses are coming out of the soil. I'm worried they'll get ruined when it gets cold again. Anyone know what to do?
2) Is it hard to read this with that background? I like it, but I think it might be too hard to read.
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4) Isn't this cute?: