NOTICE: I have had it with the snow.
Over 7 inches of new snow fell yesterday. And guess what!? It's snowing again -- right now -- another inch predicted, but I bet it'll be more. The 50-year record for snowfall stands at around 74" and this year's total is 71" as of yesterday; by comparison, last year at this time the total snowfall wasn't even 17". We're running out of places to put it and/or pile it up and we, personally, have already been doing the minimum in some areas, such as only a shovel-wide path on the walk between the house and garage, and the mailman's path from sidewalk to street. There's a big panel truck for sale in the lot next to mine at work and the snow is piled up all around and just as high now, so that it can't even be seen and, obviously, chances of a sale before spring are pretty much nil.
The Wisconsin primary election is tomorrow and the snow has caused some problems for the presidential candidates, as well. Kind of disappointing, too.
I finished the Alchemy Monarch project yesterday. I was surprisingly calm at the finish, considering how little yarn was left when I cast off the last stitch. It's apparent where the second hank was joined, but not displeasing. I gave it a soak and pinned it out, perhaps tonight I'll seam it -- with a twist or without is the question.
I couldn't figure out what to work on last night. There's a mistake in one of the Habu pieces, but I didn't feel like fixing it. There's a wide variety of items in different stages of marination, but I didn't feel like working on any of them, either. There's the sweater with the truck on it -- the flatbed truck -- that Mack requested, but then I see Maddy's face in my mind's eye... I really need her to just pick a sweater so I can get on with it!