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Yarnalong - the one with the photobombing cat

It's impossible to go anywhere in my place, or take any photos, without encountering a cat right now. We are catsitting my parents cat, so all up we have four Bengals or half Bengals in our two bedroom flat (well, Princess Daisy technically is in no way a Bengal, but she's feline royalty, so that will do for me). 

My Mini Manu is going well. I've joined the body and sleeves, and now it's just the yoke, the buttonbands, the pockets, the iCord cast off... so a little bit to go really. 

I'm reading John Scalzi's The End of All Things which is four linked novellas set in The Old Man's war universe. It's fine, much better than the previous book in the series, readable but not setting my world on fire.

And I've just started listening to The Hare with the Amber Eyes. My mother-in-law read it for her book club, and recommended it although she said there were difficult parts. I haven't listened far enough to have an opinion yet.

Click over to Ginny's blog to see what she, and the rest of the yarnalong are knitting and reading this week.

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  1. Pretty cat! I like your project! It's pink and ambitious!
    I started The Hare with the Amber Eyes. It takes concentration.

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  2. Cat photobombs are the best! What a rich pink - I look forward to seeing your finished project!

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