Things are ticking along nicely in my part of the world. I'm knitting a Romi Hill scarf for Elise, which is timely, since she's having a little operation tomorrow, and I'm driving her to and from the hospital. There will be lots of hanging around time in between for me to work on the scarf, and put my good thoughts and love into each stitch.
The Passage was brilliant and creepy and very full on. After I finished it I decided I needed something light and easy that won't break my heart, so I'm reading the next Rachael Herron Cypress Hollow novel. It's called Wishes and Stitches in the US and Naomi's Wish here. The American name is so much more evocative! Anyway, it's exactly as expected, which is lovely.
I'm still listening to Bill Bryson's At Home. It's fine, some of it is a bit boring to me, but they he will talk about something I have more interest it. Like rats - turns out I find buildings boring, but the history of rats was fascinating.
And that's what I'm reading, knitting and listening to this week. Pop over to Ginny's blog to find out what she, and the other yarnalong people are up to this week.