However, I am doing my best to catch up (the people to whom I owe return messages, emails and phone calls may not think so but I am trying, I promise) and I present this little bit of crafting progress as evidence:
Fibre: Louet Northern Lights Wool Top
Fondly Known As: Autumn in Spring
Skein 1: 2 ply, 3.0 oz, approx 117 m
WPI: Not calculated yet but I think that it looks around a DK weight?
Left to Spin: 1.65 oz
Left to Ply: approx 1.6 and 1.9 oz of spun singles
Plan of Attack: Ply singles (3 oz of plied yarn looks to fill a single bobbin).
Split remaining fibre as evenly as possible over whatever remains on two bobbins.
Spin and ply last bit into a mini skein.
Also, on the craft front, I have squeezed in a little bit of sewing - just in an attempt to learn how to do it and make a dent in my fabric stash. In fact, I have signed up for a quilt class that starts this week and runs one evening a week, for the next 4 weeks. Y'know, just because I didn't think that I had quite enough to do?
Ngg, I know, it could be Autumn again by the time that I finish work on this fibre. No, no - you are absolutely right, I still haven't managed to write or send invitations for our wedding celebration event in July. Nor have I spoken to the venue since we booked in it January. Nor have I managed to write all of the thank you cards needed for the 1st March. Nor have I managed to edit the video that we took of our wedding to send to my family. Nor have I posted that cardigan to France yet. Nor have I managed to return a number of messages, emails and phone calls. Nor have I booked or been for a medical that I am supposed to have as a part of my residency application for Canada.
I would start to hyperventilate but it wouldn't be productive - so please excuse me while I nip off quietly to chalk a few key things off my 'To Do' list!