Yep that's about how I feel right now. Which is much better than I felt last night and this morning.
One of the downsides to living alone is that when you're sick, there's no one to take care of you. Dave was here last night and babied me - he made me toast and cut it in half (though he forgot to cut the crusts off), made me neo-citron, and even brought me something to throw up in (of course it was my good soup pot, so I had no intentions of using it, but it's the thought.)
But he left for work this morning and I've been on my own all day. And I gotta say - the cats are next to useless - they can't make you toast, all they want to do is eat the butter. They can't fetch you drinks, or blankets, or pillows. They can't even microwave you a bowl of chicken noodle soup. They best they could muster was to help keep the bed warm when I was napping.
Anyway, since I've been on the couch most of the day, I've been working away on the Tea Leaves cardigan, but I don't really feel like I got as far as I should. Again, I think that's probably because I'm knitting the back and fronts at the same time.
I won't bore you with pictures, as I only got about three inches knit and it looks much the same as it did yesterday.
I do like that I can try it on for fit whenever I want. I've already determined that I will probably make it an inch or two shorter than the pattern calls for.
In other knitting news, the fruits of Friday's dyeing labour are now up in the shop:In this pile there is both Alley Cat and Top Cat and Mom posted them this afternoon.
And, we've also introduced a new yarnIt's called Stray Cat - a Sport Weight Superwash Merino. It's soft and smooshy and so much fun to dye. Check it out!