Thank goodness I have only 1 Amelia Peabody book left to read. I really need to get back into the land of the living, but these books have been darn addictive.
Keith asked me what exactly I was escaping from since I was doing all this reading, and I said nothing. I just can't put them down! (After ragging me about all the reading I've been doing, he comes in with another book that he read and said that I might like it! It's now in the stack by the bed. Go figure!)
Anyway, I'll spend some time today in front of the computer. I've been working on Needle Nook's website. Much of what I've done is data entry. I've entered the yarns and taken all the pictures you see on the black backgrounds. Don't be too harsh as this is the first time I've done this sort of thing, and I'm learning as I go. I've got more yarns to enter today. I've had lots of data entry jobs over the years, so it's not too bad. At least I'm at home and not having to log off the computer every time I go to the bathroom. This way, too, I can take a break and finish pruning the butterfly bushes in the front yard. I only got 3 of them done yesterday, along with some pruning on 2 or 3 of the roses.