*yawn* I'm so tired! It was a very busy week. My rotation this week was at the GP's, and I had a great time. Mostly because I was allowed to work under supervision or on my own instead of just observing, at least with the easier things. And as it is sniffles season and there were lots of people without an appointment, I actually felt useful - always a plus. :) Being a GP is also in the top three of "things to be when I'm grown-up", so apart from the fact that it took me an hour to get there and another to get home again, it was pretty much perfect. The commute paired with the gloomy weather was less fun. And I left my mittens on the train the first day! My pretty, pink reading mitts! I even phoned the lost&found (never done that for a pair of gloves) but they didn't have them. Oh well.
Then there was knitting - my first pair of toe-up socks, knit on a circular needle (pattern here)! With stripes! Kinda ambitious for my second pair of socks ever, but it was fun. I can see many more in my future. I forgot to take a picture, though, before I gave them away. Maybe I can get one after Christmas.
Then there were the obligatory pre-holiday get-togethers. A work party, a friends party, and one of a literary nature (my friends and I have been doing a short-story club every 3 weeks for the last year). So, three late nights, before getting up to get to my parents early this morning. Now I'm here for the holidays. There's even snow! :) And the opportunity to sleep in tomorrow. I hope. :)
Anyway, this is my 100th post! And right in time for the holidays! So, I've been scheming for weeks to give away a scarflet. Made from beautiful, mustard, 100% Merino wool. With lotsa love. :)
You're very welcome to enter. Just answer one of the following questions for me: What are you having for your holiday dinner? What would you most like to find under the tree? Comment until Christmas Eve, 11:59pm (GMT). I'll randomly chose a winner and announce them Christmas Day. The giveaway is open to everybody. Don't forget to leave your email address!
Hope you're have an enjoyable and non-too-stressful Holiday time!