Cookie and Biscuit are also ready- they've found comfortable sleeping spots where they can stay warm and observe the humans taking care of anything that needs taking care of.
Today I went down to the local charity knit-a-thon, now in it's third year. Knitters were ready, and we filled a table with donations at our kickoff party.
Once we showed off our donations, we hung out, knit, had snacks, and generally had a fiber-filled good time.
I finished weaving in ends and tagging the last few pairs of mittens to donate on the spot.
The closing party and final knit-a-thon donations will be collected in early December. So plenty of time to whip through a few more donations before the holidays. (Don't worry, Mom, I didn't donate everything here- I've still got a bunch of mittens for the Holiday Baskets collection too.)
But certainly I've got plenty to knit should say, my workplace lose power and I get an unexpected day off. (Hah. This is not actually likely- my workplace loses power even less frequently than my house does.) Still- all we can do now is wait and see what happens. See you on the flip side.