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Wednesday, May 04, 2022

Finished Socks!

Imber stripe socks

I finished my Imber Stripe Socks.  These are knit exactly as the pattern is written, using Cascade Heritage Sock in Snow and Riviera Heather, with a little bit of Dream in Color Smooshy in Milky Spite for the cuffs and toes.

Imber stripe socks

I will probably do some more stranded colorwork socks because there are some stranded colorwork sweaters I want to make, but I need some more practice first.

I'm going to take a little blogging break, but I'll be back later next week.  It's time to head down to Galveston and move Caleb out of his dorm.  This will be the last time we go to Galveston for A&M related things because Caleb has decided to change his major.  He's going to do Oceanography (which isn't a huge change from Marine Sciences), but that degree isn't offered at Galveston.  When he goes back to school this fall, he'll be at College Station!  He's going to the Aggie Mother Ship!  (Also, I'm pretty sure the fact that you can get an Oceanography degree in landlocked College Station is an Aggie joke, but I'm not allowed to tell those anymore.). He'll be going from a campus of about 2,000 students to about 70,000, but he's excited about it, and we're excited for him.  Also, he'll be about 100 miles closer to home.  Switching campuses was super easy because he was already an Aggie*, so he emailed an advisor there, she got him sorted out and registered for class and he found an apartment with a friend.  We've got some more stuff to figure out, but we'll get it done.

Have a great weekend!


*There are four A&M schools that are Aggies: College Station, Galveston, McAllen, and Qatar.  All the other Texas A&M schools are other things, not Aggies.



Anonymous Joyce said...

One would think Oceanography would be offered at a Campus that is close to the ocean...but what do I know...LOL

Pretty socks!

9:49 AM  

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