Hah! I wish that were true! My friend Betsy had this shirt on and the minute I saw it, I knew I had to take a photo and share. This past weekend, I finished a quilt wall hanging that my friend Pat and I made for another friend – who is winding down her annual Aruba ‘vaca’ – so the quilt is yet to be gifted…and that’s about all the quilting I’ve done since May…not much… But! I have more quilting projects patiently waiting in the wings.
Knitting on the Log Cabin continues… I tell myself ’tis good practice and soon will be very useful when the weather returns to cooler… November? Perhaps by then, I’ll be done! Perhaps…
Tho’ I’m not doing a summer bingo, I am aiming to read a few fiction titles: Where the Crawdads Sing; two more of Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache: Bury Your Dead and A Trick of Light ; and finish Stephen King’s 11.22.63 . These should carry me through the summer.
And with that, I shall call this post a wrap. Joining Kat and friends for another Unraveled Wednesday!
7 thoughts on “unraveled wednesday|6.26.19…”
That is a great shirt, and you’ve also got some great books lined up this summer! It may not be my turn at the library for Crawdads until sometime into fall, but I’m tempted to try a re-read of 11.22.63. I really loved it the first time around. Enjoy all of your summer reading!
Great shirt; thanks for sharing! I loved Where the Crawdads Sing, and you know I’m a huge Louise Penny fan. Her next in the series comes out late in August. We have a long plane ride in September, and I’m quite sure it will be on my Kindle for the ride!
Very cute shirt.
I KNIT so I don’t unravel. SOMETIMES it works. LOL
I do love that shirt! It made me laugh! Perfect! absolutely perfect!
A Stephen King novel!! Hmm, I am off to look this book up! It sounds curious!
You’ve got some good reading ahead of you-I LOVE the shirt.
That’s a splendid message on that shirt! Would work equally well for knitting … A nice pile of books to read is a pleasure in itself, even before one starts :).
I love that T-shirt. As Alexa writes, it also works well for knitting.