It has been a week since my last post and about a week since we returned to Adrian. You would think in a week I could live up to my twice a week commitment. Well, this week I couldn't. Tuesday I hosted a bridge group, an all day affair. I told them last month they needed to lower their expectations for the day because we would be coming home Sunday and I wouldn't have much time to get ready. The day went great and a good time was had by all. I had a couple of appointments and worked at Ann's By Design and before I knew it, it was Saturday.
I usually write about what I am going to take for travel knitting but this time I am going to tell you what I took. I want to review from April 1, 2014 my criteria for travel knitting. "It has to be somewhat small so that it doesn't take over your seat. It has to be interesting so that you find yourself working on it making the miles fly away. It has to have great yarn (of course, I think that is a must for every project.) It has to be something you can knit on then talk to the driver then knit on then listen to a tune then knit on then day dream. Picking it up and putting it down not skipping a beat." I don't think I have any better words today to describe travel knitting than the ones I used in April 2014.
We are back and there is something about sleeping in your own bed with your own pillow and having coffee made with your own water. I love to travel but to quote a girl with red shoes, "There's no place like home."