wiwo wednesday vol. 15

November 5, 2014

It’s getting tricky to take daylight pictures since I’m rarely home before 4:30pm. Don’t get me wrong, I love fall/winter but my crazy full time student schedule doesn’t quite match my blogger schedule, so I actually took the picture above on Monday when I got home early. As you can imagine, I knit a couple of rows in the meantime. Oh well, I’m still knitting the raglan increases on the Levenwick cardigan. It’s a joy to knit and I love the Christmas tree green 😉
I hope to finish this cardigan by Christmas so I get to wear it, paired with a red top or skirt.
There hasn’t been a whole lot of progress on my latest sock project, but since most of my current projects are gonna be Christmas presents I’m a little restricted in the choice & amount of projects for this week’s ‘what I’m working on’ post.
I finished reading the last Harry Potter instalment earlier this week. It would be mad to attempt reviewing the whole series in a blog appropriate amount so let me just say that I LOVED every single one of the ~3700 pages. Also, I realized that reading books while staying on top of school work, shop orders and having a sufficient amount of free time is totally doable. Thus no more excuses not to read any books ‘just for fun’ during the term!
A couple of books have accumulated over the past years that I didn’t read yet. I started reading ‘Demain j’arrĂȘte!’ by Gilles Legardinier yesterday. I chose this book solely because of the cute cover. That’s a completely natural and normal way of choosing literature, right? Anyway, I’m really enjoying the book and I’m having much less trouble reading French than I thought I would. Apparently all those years of French classes in high school and living among QuĂ©bĂ©cois people for ten months was worth it after all.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Samantha - Fluffyland Craft & Sewing Blog November 6, 2014 at 00:29

    Taking blog photos in the winter is SO hard! I definitely understand you there. I'm working on a blog post planning calendar for the first time ever… hopefully that will help me get my photos done on weekends or as soon as I get home from work.

    Still so happy you read Harry Potter… and double happy that you loved it! They are the most incredible books. I can't believe you're reading a book in French!

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