Let me get the pictures out of the way first!
Socks made with the most wonderful yarn I found. It's Panda Soy and it loves me!
Shawl for Jeff's mom. I'm not as disheartened as before, it's actually getting substantially larger!
And finally, my precious baby that I would easily trade Joey for on a desperate day.
The three I have been working on diligently without too many breaks in between. I am determined to finish something by the end of the year.
Onto more serious things!
I passed my language proficiency recently. I figured I would, but I didn't know how those mistakes were going to count against me. However, the test only grades according to "pass" or "fail", and I definitely did not do bad enough to fail.
My class of zealous interest right now is the Creative Nonfiction class. There are writing exercises every week, and our topics are usually self-centered due to the nature of the course. It's like an extensive class in academic blogging but without spams in my comment section. The final at the end of the semester is quite unorthodox. Instead of a large paper, we are to send one of our papers in for publication and show the evidence to the professor. This is an exercise to "get us used to rejection." I suspect there will be lots of sniveling at home after I receive my letter.
This class has inspired me to blog more, though I have yet to act on it. Perhaps I'll start posting short essays in order to strengthen my writing for class. Perhaps.