Where does that saying come from, anyway? If I weren't so tired and didn't have QUITE so much to do, I might google it and find out. Right now I have more important things to do, like prepare for my lace knitting workshop on Wednesday night, finish several projects that are siting in the final stages of completion just MOCKING me, work on my next 2 Chiagu patterns which are very close to going live, and, well, do the laundry.
I woke up at 2pm today, even though I had a day full of errands planned. I feel like I have the flu, only without the stuffy head symptoms -- I feel flushed, hot/cold/sweaty, and my entire body aches. Having felt run down all week, I have today and tomorrow off to recuperate before the biggest.week.ever at work:
Tuesday night is Late Night, so I'm working until 8pm.
Wednesday night is part one of the lace workshop, so I'm working until 9pm.
Thursday night is the Book Signing, so I'm playing until 8pm.
Speaking of which, EVERYONE is invited to the book signing!!!!!!!Luxury Knitting Book Signing & Reception
Linda Morse, the book's author (and my boss) will be giving a presentation on some of the information in the book. We'll be selling the book at 30% off, and she'll sign it for you! Also, until Nov 15th, we're giving 10% off yarn to make book projects, so come take advantage of the discount!
The museum has never done a knitting event before, so the more people who show up, the better the chances are that there'll be programs like this in the future! So come have fun with us!
(replies to previous questions on this event: no RSVP is necessary, and there's no fee)
Off to cross things off my to-do list . . . after I make myself a cup of tea.