1. headless bear, bunny, creature, what have you:
2. Partial double-breasted baby sweater made from the softest, pillowy-est polar fleece:
3. And of course another sundance sweater -- how many does this make?
a. thumbs don't hurt as much from lack of use
b. more free time to focus on health and read books entitiled, "Restoring Your Digestive Health"
c. waaay too much blog reading
d. catching up on laundry
e. drooling over favorite yarn store websites: Rowan and Jimmy Beans Wool
f. going to bed multiple nights before 11:00
g. daydreaming and looking at practically every product in the health food store
h. going all the way downtown to get there
i. having a knit-night with Pam which was more about talking about yarn, socks, cats, sweaters, headless bears and restoring digestive health than knitting
j. experimenting on the family with new recipes. I'm 1 for 2
k. more time to breathe
a. not getting stocked up on inventory for the Spring market season
b. wavering confidence
c. no sweater to wear
So all can do now is remind myself of the quote I ran across again the other day. Very popular, you know it. "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" -- Lao-tzu
What helps you get your needle rhythm back? Or am I the only one who loses it?