Didn’t we just get here? I can’t believe that the first phase of my summer journey is almost over. We will be leaving Cumbria on Monday and England next Tuesday, and I haven’t even blogged about Woolfest yet. I guess that won’t be happening, but I did write about it on previous visits, so you can review those posts if you’d like.
It took a while to get settled into a routine here but I finally got a ton of work done. I’m still procrastinating a bit about the Lithuanian book, but I got so many other things crossed off my list, and more importantly no new things added, that I will be down to just that one project to complete soon enough. And I’ll have two month in Lithuania!
The next three weeks will be spent in three different places:
1) Amsterdam visiting a friend, seeing the sighs, and writing two articles (one on Victorian knitting & Dorothy Reade and another on Beatrix Potter & Herdwick sheep in the Lake District)
2) Brittany visiting friends and knitting (socks for the Lithuanian book)
3) Scotland teaching atand knitting (socks for the Lithuanian book)
Well, I was intending to write a longer post about travels and transitions but I’ve just realized how much I need to get done before Monday AND we are going to visit Antonia Young to talk about Edith Durham this afternoon, a 2-1/2 hour drive, and spend the night, I am getting my hair done on Saturday, and we want to go to Cock Rock on the weekend too. Life is short!