What the what? It's already Wednesday, time to join Ginny for yarn along.
Every week I am in disbelief at how fast Wednesday rolls around. It's absolutely insane. Well let's get to it. I finally got started on my fingerless mitts. It took a while to get the engine going. May Madness started early and I am bushed already. But I pushed through it and I am happy to say I am moving along on my little project that's just for me. I also realized that it's almost teacher/aide gift time again. Not to add anymore to my plate, but there are a few quick projects I am eyeing.
On the book front, we are almost at the end of Then There Were Five. I did put everything down for a new book called I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames: My Insane Life Raising Two Boys with Autism. I haven't decided how I feel about it yet, except that there are some parts I can relate to (constant questions, worry). The author has a rather, hmm, bawdy tone, so be forewarned. However, it is plain she adores her kids and would do anything for them. One of her sons provides poetry and writings for the book also. He is quite the interesting kiddo. The author's writing is incredibly honest, and you will get a good peek into different types of autism. I say that because every child's autism is different from the next. "Once you meet one child with autism, you have met one child with autism."
I am almost done with Naturally Fun Parties for Kids. It is a blast. I cannot wait to try some of these ideas. Actually, I will wait until after May Madness is over.
Well that's it for me. What are you making and reading this week?