I've always loved that song and it's definitely true here. We've had an hour or two here and there of clearing, but it's been absolutely pouring down all day, with accompanying thunder; and that's after almost a month of heavy rains. Awesome, I just love it, and we needed it. The cats, however, are glum and have taken to their beds. We are burning the last of our firewood, so it's a good thing I finished this today:
Sean's Petrol Vest, in Malabrigo Tortuga. I absolutely loved this yarn. (Insert Homer Simpson Drooling sound) The feel, the colors, the fabric, all of it. We'll see how it wears. Brigid has already drooled on it, and all three cats have "helped" during the knitting. Brutus wouldn't give it up last night as I was doing the ribbing on one of the armholes.
All this rain has really made things look beautiful, colors in trees and rocks just look gorgeous, like this screwy willow tree down the street.
So now what project next? I was thinking of EZ Ribwarmer, in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Peru, colorway Rook-y. I want it to be oversized, and extra long, not cropped, so I'll have to look hard at the pattern. But I'm also thinking of Imogen, which is in my queue. Sigh, so many wonderful yarns and things to knit, not enough arms. Speaking of which, my left shoulder rotator cuff problem is no better. I feel like I have a broken wing, but
I'm hoping that the exercises and time will fix it.
One last photo, to give hope to everyone that spring is around the corner.