Another bad week, I suppose it's a crash or what some people call a "fibro flare". My mood is very mixed too which makes things extra hard, and the weather is not helping. So in between trying to stay cheerful, stretching and trying to get the movement/rest balance right I've mostly been knitting.
I have finished the first of the Thelonious socks, which I'm very proud of although I am hoping that the second one takes less time than the first. Hopefully it should since I now understand the ideas behind the design. Other than more ploughing on through my alpaca cardigan I have mostly been working on my lace shawl, I've finished two more sections since last week and am into the next section. It's a satisfying and interesting knit, good for those times when you need to focus on something to take your mind off life.
Lastly the ghastly weather has made me itch to get baking and yesterday the need to bake took over and I made a half batch of melting moments from the Edmonds' cook book, they are very very yummy and moreish, definitely something to make occasionally rather than regularly! I'd recommend Edmonds', which is a New Zealand cook book my mother, a native of that country, introduced me to at a young age, apparently every household in New Zealand owns a copy. It contains a tremendous variety of baking recipes that work beautifully every time as well recipes, tips and instruction on general cookery. Thus it is a great favourite in our family. You can find the recipe for melting moments in Edmonds' virtual cookbook, where it adorns the front cover.