- riding lesson
- clean bathroom
- clean kitchen
- take out recycling
- straighten room
- read three chapters of my book
- go to the gym and kick my own ass
What I will Most Likely End up Doing Today:
- read half a chapter of my book and fall asleep
- attempt to straighten my room and give up half way
- curse a lot
- attempt to knit and discover that your middle finger is really quite required for the whole process
And the reason my to-do list will end up so very NOT to-did?
But there's a valid reason for drinking before noon on a Thursday:
You see that line about a third of the way down my nail? It was bent backwards - and STUCK - at that line. I managed to rip off a large portion of my nail during my lesson this morning.
Doesn't it look pretty?
Good thing I went bowling last night, otherwise I'd be bowling left-handed. Also, that happens to be my middle finger, so I've been walking around like I'm giving people the middle finger.
Yesterday, I was bucked off. Twice. By the same horse. I had bruises by the time I got home. They look funny (but don't photograph well - believe me, I tried) because the surface of the ring is uneven, so I have "dotted" bruises. A couple scrapes as well and some really nice and sore muscles to boot.
I can't wait to see what happens tomorrow when I ride.
In knitting news, I tore out the majority of Sizzle. I tried it on again and finally convinced myself that it is too short, too wide, and not something I would wear. So, back to the seed stitch border to start again. I went down a needle size, figuring that will help with the "too wide" part. I also knit an extra inch before starting the decreasing darts and will knit an extra inch or two in the shoulder straps, I think. Also, I knit that back when I was twisting my purl stitches by purling incorrectly for the way I knit (or vice versa, depending on how you want to look at it.)
I finished the sock I started while watching Knocked Up and offered the pair - once I finish it - to my sister. I'm knocking around ideas for my sock pal's socks, but I want to start at the toes and knit my way up. And use little to no lace. I'm thinking of modifying the Bayerische pattern to use the two cable patterns that I really like. I think I'd have time to finish them. Right?