If I had known this would be my last Fibery Friday, I'd have been better about posting more routinely.
Due to the heavy workload this week, I've been unable to prepare properly for the end of the world tomorrow. I was so certain I'd be well on my way to finishing my Icelandic sweater so I could show it off at the pearly gates, but I'm exhausted and keep falling asleep knitting mid-row. I'm stuck in that sea of stockinette stitch, which, coincidentally, is beginning to feel like purgatory. The color work flies by, but that white? It'll look stunning when done, but it's boring as hell to knit (which is what I told the LYS owner I was looking for--mindless knitting). I'm also behind on spinning and feel bad that won't be ready, either. Every time I think I've spun all the fiber in that color, I find more.
If the world doesn't come to an end Saturday, I've been reading the new CDC guidelines on preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse, which we all know is coming. Finally, someone is taking this issue seriously, and I'm thankful to know the CDC and our government are prepared and will have my back.
Tell me I'm not alone in being ill prepared for the end of the world or the Zombie Apocalypse. You're running behind, too, right?