You parents knew, didn't you? That I'd reach that point. I reached it. It arrived quickly, as soon as I returned to work, about 7 or 8 weeks ago, now. That no energy at all point. The two or three hours I have between Elsa going to bed at 8, and my going to bed, is about the only time I have to quilt, sew, craft, knit, or read. I'm usually so tired/lazy that all I do is read.
Otherwise, I really miss knitting. There's a striped dress in the spring/summer 09 Debbie Bliss magazine I'm dying to knit for Elsa. I picked up a few test skeins of Ella Rae, not even the cashmerino the pattern calls for. But I'm just so exhausted all the time that I haven't the energy to hunt up the needles I need to try for gauge.
Apologies for not reading or commenting on your blogs. I have no time at home for any pleasure blog reading, or writing. I regret it and sorely miss you and your projects and your little ones and animals and all. Hopefully this entry will spur others. Perhaps it's getting out of the habit of blogging that is the death knell of a blog?
P.S. This was my 666th post. Creepy. Also wanted to let you know that I'm on facebook daily, so be sure to friend me and talk to me there, if you want to.