Last week I hit the 100th row after the heel. Yay! I even went out later that day to get a blizzard with my family to celebrate. Truth, I was the only one who was celebrating my knitting, the family just likes ice cream. This would probably be a more impressive milestone if I remembered how many rows I needed after the heel. Looking at it, it is hard to gage. Probably means I ought to dig out my notes to see what my math said when I started messing with the original pattern. By a strange, meaningless coincidence, my car's odometer flipped to 40,000 earlier in the week.
Other news I am happy to report is the first floral display from my mother's african violet since moving into my office's window sill. The flowers are daintier than the ones on my african violet that has yet to bloom since I moved. Maybe it would be happier in my office, too.
We are also dealing with all the excitement Mother Nature decided to deal the north eastern coast recently. The earthquake shattered my nerves, but no permanent damage to either my home or office. Now we are battening down the hatches for Irene's visit this weekend. I'll post again next week with my hurricane progress on the socks.