Today, I'm joining Ginny over at Small Things in her Yarn Along.
I'll confess that I am more of a reader than a knitter. Sleep comes easily for me with a few pages of fiction each night. Knitting is something I am striving to bring into my daily life. The challenge is finding a regular time for it and carrying it with me when I go to places where I can sit and knit.
I am loving Alice Hoffman's book, The Probable Future, which knits together three living generations of women and their maternal ancestors in a small New England town with healing and understanding. Our annual family Christmas chapter book is coming to a close; it's Mary's Little Donkey by Gunhild Sehlin, a sweet story of Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem and Egypt told from the perspective of the donkey.
My knitting project is a little robe for a small wooden fellow.