Monday, March 31, 2008

Status report

Things of which I am in the middle:


The Pursuit of Love, by Nancy Mitford (p. 181 of 214)



Coraline, by Neil Gaiman (p. 81 of 162)



Women in Comedy Vanity Fair (p. 184 of 254)*



Tangled Yoke Cardigan (Body half done; sleeves and scary cabled yoke still to knit)



The Sisterhood of the Traveling Sock (#2)



Cloth napkins, two sets of four (for undisclosed recipient)



30 Rock spec script (for Disney fellowship)



Scrabulous games (5)**



Dinner.




*Question: "Who Says Women Aren't Funny?"
Answer: VF's own Christopher Hitchens, aka "Doctor Giggles"

**Teri, it's your turn.

4 comments:

Xerxes said...

I'm glad I am not the only one reading to many books all at once, mine are usually theology though. When you are done with your knitting I could use a good pair of socks, men’s size 9 ½.

Liz said...

Sure, Xerxes, but it might take awhile, as you can see. :)

Teri said...

It's your turn now. Ha!

Sarah said...

I am always impressed with people who can read more than one book at once. I cannot. I think I'm too narrow-focused. (Though the same is not true for TV shows, so maybe...I dunno.)