Master Class

I went to see the play Master Class last night, and it was marvelous. For all of you locals, if you are able to get tickets to see it, I highly recommend it. We had a group of seven people, and we all loved it. Anne Cullimore Decker’s performance was truly amazing.

As for knitting, I’ve been working furiously on the Myrtle Leaf Shawl, and only have one more repeat of the main body to finish, then there’s the border. Yay! I’m going to try to get the last repeat done today. I can’t wait to get this monkey off my back.

The only other project I’ve allowed myself to work on in the meantime is the Palindrome Scarf for the Red Scarf Project, since it’s the only one with a deadline. It’s easy to carry around in my purse and work on whenever I have a few spare moments. That’s nearing the finish, so I hope that I’ll be able to finish that up at SnB tomorrow night.

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7 Responses to Master Class

  1. margene says:

    We saw it a few years ago with the same actor and it was fabulous!

  2. Chris says:

    Glad you had such a great theater experience!

  3. Nora says:

    Isn’t it funny when projects reach that point that we absolutely have to be done with them? There should be a word for that…

  4. Norma says:

    Wow. You suddenly made me realize that I have not been to a play in a couple of years. All the while Abs was growing up, and of course all during her education and beyond, we went to plays ALL.THE.TIME. But now that she’s not doing them anymore, or studying them anymore, we just don’t go. I should remedy that.

  5. elizabeth says:

    Can’t wait to see your shawl!

  6. Carrie K says:

    Sounds like a good play!

    Looking forward to seeing the Myrtle Leaf shawl all done! And the Palindrome.

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