It's Wednesday and time for Yarn Along with Ginny.
So okay this Azkaban scarf is officially longer than my very tall three year old. It's about 44 and 1/2 inches long and I am still.not.done. Help me.
Despite the drama, I am enjoying knitting it because it's easy and it's Harry Potter related and my son will love it (if I ever finish). However, despite knitting during Nutcracker rehearsals, ballet classes, late at night and some during the day, this cray cray scarf takes a loooonnng time to lengthen.
That being said I haven't been reading too much due to this scarf. When I have had a moment (usually when Elijah is around and awake) I have been reading Home Comforts (this book makes so much sense; perhaps I am relating to the author's lawyer brain), and A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote. I read this with the kids. I enjoy Capote's writing so much and it's cool to watch the kiddos enjoy it too. He had such a way with language.
Given the state of Elijah's gift, the calendar, and the fact that I have some "to-do" tasks gnawing at the back of my head, I gotta bounce. Hopefully by this time next week, I'll be putting on the fringes.
What are you making and reading this week?