Mr. SABLE was not offered the position in New England, although they were impressed with his skills and experience. This is a bit of a relief, as the idea of having to move was a little overwhelming. So, he'll take his big promotion where he is and we'll enjoy our screen porch for several more summers before that bug bites him again. I hope that getting an answer will improve his mood: he's been on the grumpy side lately.
Very little knitting news to report. I made a matching hat to go with the sweater for Annette's grandson. Now must make some booties. I have a lot of half-formed ideas swimming around, but don't seem to find the time and focus to make them happen.
I went through my Cafe Press Shop prices and dropped them all a little bit. It's a learning experience. It's kind of slow going adding items. Each one requires the photos to be sized differently in order to print optimally. I could do this all fairly quickly if it weren't for the stream of interruptions. I'm not a natural born multi-tasker and I find that getting distracted really derails me more than it seems to derail other people. As I learn all the best sizes for each product, it will become a lot quicker for me. I hope to spend some time going through all my accumulated photos and culling the best for inclusion.
We're off to NH to see my parents at the end of this week. Probably not much blog-worthy news until we get back from there on August 2. But you never know.