Huzzah! They are done! I just need to get a picture for the experience to truly be over :)
I'm trying to decide which Christmas present to start on next...I'm taking a bit of a break by doing some granny-style motifs. I just made a hexagon, and I can't believe how much I enjoyed it. It's been a long time since I crocheted motifs. I'm using Noro silk garden, and I think I have a bunch of skeins of it lying around, so I can keep on making them to unwind.
I have the pattern for the next pair of fingerless gloves written out, and I think I figured out what size needle I need to use, so it's really just a matter of making them. They should be nice - I'm using Madelinetosh :)
I had a scare earlier this week - I thought LG had eaten some poison. It looks like she didn't, but I was so scared, I was shaking. The problem is that she's so curious about everything, and her way of exploring new things is to chew on them. Sigh. I wish that she wasn't allergic to chicken, because I'd love to give her chicken bones to chew on, but she gets so sick that I don't want to try. Interestingly, she doesn't get sick from eating her dry food (we use it as a treat or snack when we have to have dneph watch her)...does that mean that it is so processed her body doesn't even recognize it as chicken?
In other news, I've reading Michael J. Sullivan's Theft of Swords trilogy. The books are not the best in the world, but they are eminently readable, and they really make me want to play Skyrim! I wish that I could find more books like these: no sex, high adventure, lots of fun, characters that I want to be :) I have to say it: I wish I was Hadrian. One of the greatest sorrows of my life is that I have no children, and one of the things that I wanted to teach my children was how to fight. I've always thought that if I knew how to fight (box, martial arts, anything), life would be a lot more enjoyable.