No surprises there then, I'm late again with the work in progress post for this week. I've been very tired this week and a touch out of it (though my body is adjusting to another new medication, so I'll let it off). I have finished the knitting on the baby cardigan, though I think it needs one more row on the ribbing, so I'll have to go back and undo the casting off. Although it's a nuisance it will look better and I only skimped in the first place because I was worried about running out of yarn.
Other than that I'm plodding on with my lace cardigan, I'm finally half way through the body but I was right to think of this as a long term project. Mind you, as ever, actually knitting the cardigan, instead of leaving it to its own devices, might help.
I shall illustrate this post with a couple of recent pictures from the garden (since I have no new project photos), which is looking thoroughly overgrown after all that rain. Some of the nasturtiums have already reached three feet, climbing up through the ceanothus. The great tits and other birds continue to fill the garden with movement and chirruping, you can see even in just a week how much they've grown up. I love to watch them "sun bathe" (for want of a better word) stretching out all their feathers to their full extent in the sunshine and pressing their bodies flat against the ground, or the tree, as two blackbirds were doing earlier in the week. This morning the great tits were sunbathing on the shed roof, an excellent location as they were well camouflaged.