So with all this running around I have been able to get a few rows in here and there. In March it was Maria's birthday and I was able to make her a cowl. She even wore it on Easter... wait! I haven't even posted about Easter! Goodness. Anyway... here she is...
I was wanting to make The Honey Cowl for awhile now, I think it has been in my queue for... oh I don't know... years. And I of course twisted the stitches when I cast it on, but it came out great anyway.
Another cowl I have been wanting to make is The Riverbank. I am about halfway done with it, but had to take a break because the weather changes dried out my hands so much the needles were actually hurting. This normally wouldn't be a problem, as I would have just slapped some band aids over my fingers (yeah, I'm hardcore) and kept going. But we were out of band aids.
As for reading I have been slowly working my way through It Starts With Food. There is a lot of great information in there and it helped me to figure out a few questions I had about Paleo, such as why no dairy other than the concept that people are allergic to it.
I'm also reading Matilda with the kids (I love the cover on this edition). I have never read this, but the older girls and I have seen the movie a million times as it was one of my mom's favorite -- did you know she was the principal at a small Catholic school? I wonder if she had a chokey.