I’m tired, guys. Like my brain and my body are just…tired. And it means I’m not functioning at my best in any aspect of my life. Nothing’s falling apart, but I’m just getting by at the moment. And that’ll have to be okay for now.
Duncan is three weeks out from surgery and recovering pretty well, but there’s still one spot on his incision that hasn’t closed up, which is why I’m so tired. He either needs to be supervised or coned to be sure he’s not licking it, and since he’s in the cone all day while we’re gone, I can’t in good conscience make him try to sleep with it. I mean, it’s kind of ridiculous for me to be sacrificing my good sleep for his good sleep but that’s how moms roll a lot of the time, right?
The knitting is going fine, when I have the energy to do any of it. I’ll show you some tomorrow but today I wanted to share my newest purchases. I’ve coveted the Cube bags from Thimble & Thread Make for ages. They’re handmade, they come in fun colors with contrasting linings, they’re sturdy canvas, and best of all, they have a lining with snaps so you can put your pins on the bag without your knitting catching on the backs! But they’re from the UK, so I’ve resisted for a long time. Then, they made a PURPLE one. And I’m not buying yarn, which means I’m more susceptible to knitting accessories. So I caved and ordered the large Cube bag, and it arrived two weeks later.
Look at that beauty! I love it. I can’t wait to get it all decorated with some pins; I just have to decide which ones to put on there. And it means I have room for more, should my collection grow.
I did get further distracted while on their site, and since I was paying for international shipping anyway, these little goodies slipped into my cart as well.
The notions pouch has an actual wax seal on the back! And hopefully you can see the detail on the clay Sorting Hat charm, the wee face carved into it. There’s also an R carved on the bottom, since I’m a Ravenclaw.
I’m not sure how this all works into my current yarn diet philosophy, but at least my stash isn’t growing. Do you get tempted by other things when you’re not buying yarn?
I hope you can get some good sleep soon!
I’ve never been particularly tempted by yarny accessories; I’d much rather save my money for even more yarn!
You’re very clever! I should also do that, but…alas. I am weak. 😉
I know that not at my best feeling. I hope there is some rest soon.
Usually I’m tempted to buy yarn when I’m not buying yarn. It requires playing tricks on myself. I’m pretty good about not buying accessories.
Haha! Yes, I’m still tempted to buy yarn too! 🙂
I hope you get rest soon. I’m currently losing sleep due to children too. I love the bag, and I’m now lusting after one. I’m on a bit of an enameled pin kick. Did you see that fringe association has knitmoji pins on sale? I just bought two.
Darn those children & dogs! I hadn’t seen those pins but there are a few cute ones on Knitpicks on sale that I just ordered!
Dang it. I wish I didn’t know that.
Well… if I’m not buying yarn, I’m buying fountain pen ink. Or books.So… yeah. There’s always something. 😉
I hope you get some real rest soon! Maybe the weekend will help.
Oh, yeah, pens & ink & books are always tempting too!
Me too. Brain tired. I’ve made three big purchases lately: a new sewing machine, a serger, and a sweater quantity of Shave’Em to Save’em yarn. I have found that when I invest in what I need, I spend less on little things that I don’t. I have plenty to keep me busy, that’s for sure!
Sounds like your willpower is much stronger than mine–my definition of what I “need” can be very loose sometimes, lol!
I hope you can get good rest soon! That is a pretty amazing bag – what a great find! And the notions bag and stitch marker are very cool 🙂