A made-to-order rainy day

Here’s Saturday’s Sky, when the clouds broke for a few minutes at about 6:00pm. Since last night it’s been nice and rainy. That’s my kitchen window up there.


Why is the rain nice, you might ask? Because a rainy Sunday means that I have the perfect excuse to stay home and knit this:


A Mason-Dixon hand towel. It’s been just the right kind of knitting for a day like today. I can’t wait to finish it and throw it in the wash to see how soft it will be. After this one’s finished I might just cast on another one! All those mateless socks will grumble, but that’s too bad.

I added a nap to my schedule, too, which is another rainy day pleasure. I won’t be getting a day off till the weekend, so I’m trying to bank some z’s. I’ve come to terms with the way it will be at work this week, and all I can do is keep swimming. Shore is in sight.

8 thoughts on “A made-to-order rainy day

  1. Sounds like the perfect day– Mine was similar – without the MD knitting. In fact no knitting yet. But I have been catching up on movies πŸ˜€

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  2. I like rainy days too. It’s the perfect excuse for curling up with your knitting. I like that hand towel. I may have to hunt down some linen.

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  3. Waaah. I want a rainy day and knitting and napping. And I want the Mason Dixon book. Sounds like paradise.Well, I did get the rainy day, but it wasn’t the same without all the other stuff.

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  4. We haven’t seen rain in ages. All of DC is wilting (including the human beings who live here). Can you send a little rain our way? Wave it down with a Mason-Dixon hand towel, maybe? Thanks!

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  5. what a beautiful towel. – and I want to know as well, what’s it knit with ?I just adore rainy days for all the same reasons you do – snuggling in with my knitting and spinning is a treat.We’re all standing by cheering for you during the final stretch of this busy season – you can do it!

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