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After I created today's page I learned I was named "Top Smurf" after the Virtual First Saturday Ingress event. This means I was the highest scoring Resistance (blue) player which I found puzzling as I didn't feel like I'd played well at all. As you can tell from the page, we played in Alysbury. I couldn't see the other players on Zoom as my internet connection wasn't playing nice, but I sure did enjoy hearing their voices.
After Ingress I stayed on the couch and watched some of the stuff I'd recorded earlier and working on a cat bed. I continued with the crochet during the evening Zoom with the SEMGS folks. The zoom ran late and I was exhausted so afterwards I went to bed rather than exercise as usual.
On Sunday I met up with the Minneapolis Stitch & Bitch group on Zoom. After that was laundry (lots of laundry), more crochet, changing the sheets, cleaning up the bathroom, and exercise. Monday was work, buying a pizza on the way home, having dinner and then exercise, shower, bed. There just wasn't time for anything more.
Last night the Black Sheep Knitting Guild held the monthly meeting where we were given a virtual tour of Nautical Yarns in Ludington, Michigan. As far as I know, I've never been to Ludington but I sure do want to go now. That store is enormous and they do many fun things for knitters in the area. If I lived nearby, I think I'd spend all my free time hanging out there.
In mom news, she was in a good mood each of the three times we spoke this week. That's more than we usually do, not that there was any dire reason behind us talking. Nothing new exciting in her life or in that of any of my siblings. jebra's folks are doing well too.
I finished another two cat beds over the weekend, bring 2021's count to three. I've been knitting more which is the plan for 2021 but I am making the stash of yarn in the kitchen decrease in size.
Scrapbook papers & elements from the kit Bohemian Breeze
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