I have made a little more time to knit again; I am still working on Rosie's In Threes cardigan and planning what to do next. I am reading a few books, having finished several the last few weeks. I just started Agatha Christie's The Mystery of the Blue Train and am reading A Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis as well. I finished Laura Ingalls Wilder's On the Banks of Plum Creek as well as The Penderwicks on Gardam Street by Jeanne Birdsall. The latter I had returned to the library unfinished a few months ago and grabbed it off the shelf again recently. I devoured the second half in spare moments here and there; it is so reminiscent of old-fashioned children's literature - you know the kind, where kids have all kinds of adventures with minimal adult involvement- but set in modern time, and therefore, easy to relate to in a different way than say, some of E. Nesbit's books. I will definitely enjoy reading about the Penderwick sisters to my gaggle of little girls one day.
Joining up with Ginny for Yarn Along again today!