Dehibernation

We woke up to snow this morning. It didn’t stick to the ground, but there were flurries all day. My kids were excited, because they know that if it is snowing when they wake up they get the special treat of Nutella on toast for breakfast. I was excited because I could bake all day to keep the kitchen cozy. Wrigley and John, not having fun snow routines, were not excited.

As I started to think of the upcoming winter and slowing down I started to think about hibernation. Not of animals, but of projects. I decided that it was a good time to take a project out of hibernation. I reached for my Dumpster Fire ornament. I want to finish it before we put the tree up. I’m also excited to work on a small project, because I’m still working on Koro Koro and probably will be until the Cubs win the World Series again.

Do you have any projects in hibernation that you are ready to pull out for knitting season?

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