The week has gone by quicklier than usual on account of the Presidents Day holiday and being out of the office all day on Wednesday. It's also been quieter because a VIP visitor we were expecting (and had been planning for madly) had to cancel. Suddenly the weekend is here, I'm going up to Fresno, and I haven't even packed yet.
Thankfully it's just three hours away, we're only going for a couple of days, and I've already decided what knitting project to bring. All that remains is to do a quick search on any knitting shops in the area. (Priorities: got mine straight!)
The only things I'm bringing are the socks and Shetland Shorty--which I started long ago and only last week picked up again, only to discover a pretty huge mistake I'd made, which meant I had to frog it pretty much to the beginning and basically knit it all over. But that process has shown me that this is a project I want to and can finish, and one that I will definitely wear. I'm just worried that I won't have enough yarn (it calls for 490 yards for the smallest size, and the Handmaiden Sea Silk I'm using only has 435). But I will knit onwards anyway, fingers crossed.
I'm excited for this weekend trip: Fresno is not only the Raisin Capital of the World and the Gateway to Yosemite, it is DC's hometown. I'm looking forward to seeing the house he grew up in, baby pics, and -- maybe, if I'm lucky -- old videos of his orchestra and sports team days. His folks have the karaoke machine at the ready, too. Nice.
Last week I found the battery charger for my digital SLR, so I'll be bringing that up with me. Here's to a great weekend of family, fun, inspiration, and simply getting away!