Last week I was busy being very business-like in Costa Rica:
This is the view from the balcony outside our meeting room--pretty nice! What isn't evident in this photo is that it rained about 80% of the time we were there. Since we were supposed to be doing work, the rain didn't matter too much, but it was a bit depressing.
Also, I'm sick of beans and rice.
I really do love gallo pinto.
Before we left for CR, we participated in the Baltimore Take Steps, Be Heard walk for Crohn's and Colitis awareness:
Team Mary Kate ultimately raised $1,170, and you guys were a big chunk of that, so THANK YOU!
And I didn't get a chance to brag that I actually did finish the Stage 1 Tour de Sock socks on time--in fact, 2 days early!
I'm finding the lacy toe a little airy for my taste, but loving the color of the yarn.
Sadly, I'm so far behind on the Stage 2 sock, they'll be starting Stage 3 before I even get to the heel. Not only was my knitting time limited with the meeting, colorwork just . . . isn't my thing. I like the way it looks, but I don't like doing it. So it's slow.
I think I might have to count myself out of the race.
Especially since Thursday is MOVING DAY!
So much to do, so little time.