Happy August! I’ve been working hard –36 cloths into my current order, and almost at the halfway point. I’ve found a few new Korean dramas on Netflix to watch while I knit, picking up on a word here or there. Small language victories. 🙂
We might escape the house later today just to feel like we didn’t sit inside for the entire weekend. Hard to believe it’s Monday again tomorrow. 🧶
I was able to get a couple of orders out the door early Monday, after knitting pretty much the entire weekend.
* Good news: I got a lot done over the weekend.
* Bad news: My back really doesn’t like knitting all weekend. 🙁
I spent the rest of Monday afternoon working on a new Etsy order, trying to finish a KDrama (My Absolute Boyfriend), I’ve been watching on Hulu, and waiting for USPS to deliver yarn that arrived super fast from WeCrochet. The yarn is lovely.
This is a batch of cotton Dishie to replenish the colors I’ve been quickly going through.
And with that, the week is off to a good start.
It’s Workday Wednesday! I scrapped the planned grocery shopping this morning to work on a new order I received late last night, and to plan out some photography to freshen up my Etsy listings. It’s been a dreary day so far — lots of clouds and no sun. Even if it’s going to be a long day, I am already getting stuff done. Productivity is key!
Bongo Cat surveys his knitted riches.
I got a bunch of knitting accomplished yesterday, even if I didn’t get much done in the evening. We’ve moved onto the KDrama, “Strongest Deliveryman”, which we’re watching during dinner. My husband and I are already familiar with some of the actors — I’m not sure if that’s good or bad; we’ve been watching a lot of Netflix, and KDramas in particular lately. We’re only two episodes into this one, so we’re still discovering where the storyline is headed, but I would like to see a redemption arc and a happy ending for Kim Sun-Ho’s character. At least a happier ending for him than he had in “Start Up”.
I’m slowly making progress with my Korean studies. I have kind of fallen off with Spanish and need to work that back in. 15 minutes a day for each seems like it should be doable, but somehow it’s a one or the other type thing. I’m using DuoLingo for Spanish and Memrise for Korean. It would probably be easier if I was using the same platform for both, but I’m having much more success with Korean on Memrise, and I prefer the Spanish lessons in DuoLingo. Two platforms it is, then!
Anyway, it’s back to knitting and listening to the washing machine spin out the first load. I hope that, regardless of what you’re working on or trying to accomplish today, that you have a productive and successful day!
It’s a few hours until Daylight Saving Time begins, and the stack is growing! These are all of the washcloths that I have made so far from leftover skeins. At the end of 2020, I had an entire fabric bin full of leftover rainbow colors. I’m just getting into the leftover blues now. 🌈 When these are finished, they will be listed in my Etsy shop at a special price, since most cloths have one or two joins each.
While I was knitting tonight, we finished the Netflix series, “Start Up”, which is definitely one of the better k-dramas that we’ve watched — enjoyed it from start to finish! It had several actors that we knew from “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol”. And we were able to understand words here and there, which is exciting. “Start Up” also motivated me to get back to reading a WHOLE BUNCH of business related books, and review what I’m doing with my business. Definitely check out the series on Netflix if you are one that is binging kdramas. 💗