I swear- just a few weeks ago I was anticipating my first rugby practice of the season (and my first season as a Hoyden), waiting for my daffodils to bloom and was still giddy from my first date with Bam Bam.
And now it's May. Which is a good thing. My birthday is in 19 days, and I'll be 23. Not that it's monumental or anything, but it's still a birthday and those are good things. The rugby season is over, which is both a good and bad thing- I can nearly confidently say that I won't have a black eye tomorrow, but I will miss the games, I will miss the camaraderie, and I might even miss the sprints. Probably not the sprints. And Bam Bam and I are still going strong. I even went up the the UP of Michigan to meet his parents for Easter- which wasn't nearly as scary as I thought it would be.
But you know what's really not happening? You guessed it- knitting. I've done a little here and there, finished a pair of socks, finished a scarf that was coming up on a year in progress, knitted the front of a ruffled pillow for work, started a Mother's day gift, started more work knitting, made a little progress on the Queen Anne's Lace shawl which I'll be using as a tablecloth, and am chugging along on some super secret un-bloggable knitting. I'm even spinning a little! Here's a few quick pictures of knitting and a few pics of why I haven't been knitting after that...
Now that rugby is over we should return to more regular blogging. At least I hope so!