Keep calm and knit on

Second day of work after vacation and I’m really tired. I’m not used to getting up at 6:30 in the morning but I’ll get there, eventually. It’s lucky the next peak work load won’t be in another couple of weeks, giving me time to adjust one step at the time. Till then I will follow this sign during my spare time.

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I found it in a window of a yarn store I went to this summer. It says Wind down –

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Knit more, and that’s what I’m going to do now. Not to mention that if I keep my head down and knit on I might actually finish my little pink and white jacket in time to wear it before there is too much fall to want to walk around in something light pink and white. I tend to have different preferences in color depending on the season.

So, keep calm and knit on!