Well, not really, but I feel like I did. Tuesday night I had a dream that I WAS KISSING John Zimmerman. Okay, even in the dream, I wasn't really cheating on Pea. John and I were doing a photo shoot and we had to kiss for that. His wife was right there with us, and it was all very innocent (except even in the dream, I really really liked it - so maybe not 100% innocent). I felt so guilty all day yesterday, I actually had to confess to Pea at dinner. He, of course, just laughed at me. It's not the first time I've had skater dreams, and I'm sure it won't be the last. (Usually I just dream that we're all friends - no kissing involved). He also pointed out that it was probably due to the fact that I've been stalking this eBay auction. Oh, if I wasn't jobless, the bidding I would do!!!
Ugh, I just looked out the window and noticed it is snowing. YUCK!!!! Good thing I wasn't planning on going out today.
Anyway, it's a new month. March is very exciting, because it's the kick-off to Project Spectrum!!! This month is red and pink. I'd like to complete at least two projects each month, one knitted and one using another craft medium. My knitted project for March will be my Sunrise Circle Jacket, which is currently in swatching mode. I'll probably cast on tonight, while (hopefully!!) watching his hotness win Skating with Celebrities. (You do know I mean John, not Carson, right???)
My second project this month will be sewing some new fleece pajamas. I got THE CUTEST fabric at Jo-Anns!! I just couldn't resist the sheep. I haven't done much sewing in quite a few years, and I'm so glad Lolly gave me the kick I needed to get back into it. THANK YOU, LOLLY!!! Pajamas seemed like a good project to start on, because it's okay if there are a few mistakes. I'm not going to wear them in public or anything. Although I have been known to wear PJ's to our friend Barb's house on New Years Eve!!!
I did finish my scarf yesterday, but the progress bar remains at 99% because I need to block it. So my next post should have a FO picture!! I've decided to try to keep my WIP list down to four or less, so maybe I can actually finish things. Next up is the square for Comforting Jef. I borrowed 100 Afghan Squares to Knit from the library for inspiration. I didn't think a book like this would interest me because I never thought I would want to knit a whole afghan. This book is making me change my mind!! It is so wonderful. There are tons of fun and pretty afghans, and I may want to knit one after all. The patterns are very clearly written and charted, and I'm hoping to some day make this book a part of my own knitting library. Isn't it fun when something far outweighs you expectations??