Anyone else need a nap?

The end of the first week back to school after a lovely, long break has arrived. It has been a full week and I want you to know that I am grateful for the good work I have to do. But I am also tired – the kind of tired that is screaming for a nap. My stamina needs some work.

As I move slowly into the day I wanted to share the color work progress on my Sólbein. It is slow going because I am not adept at 3 stranded color work yet. But I am loving the colors and I’m only 4 rows from the body which will mean lots of lovely round and round with one color.

And I picked this book up at the library. In the introduction I read these words;

“Kindness is in short supply these days.” And “kindness is a strength, a superpower that has the capacity to transform lives and change the world.”

This weekend I’m looking forward to a haircut, a nap (or two or three), knitting group, reading, a some time to ponder. I hope your weekend brings you what you need.

9 thoughts on “Anyone else need a nap?

  1. The Solbe´in colors are gorgeous…always have loved that combo…enjoy your naps in between your fun-filled weekend activities. We may be shoveling snow…to be determined.
    Cheers~

  2. I am happy to say that I found this book at my library! I am on the short waitlist! Thank you for waking me up to it! Your sweater is looking great, here is to a restorative weekend! XO

  3. I bet it was hard to get into the groove after the break. I only babysit twice a week but those days I am completely done in when I get home. I can’t nap because I can’t sleep if I do!!

  4. I am going to look for this book. This world can always use more kindness. I remember those days of going back to work. I loved the meat of the job – working with children and families – but oh it was hard to give up the time at home with my family and friends. I rarely nap because then I am up at night but I say go for it if it makes you feel better.

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