Keeping together is progress.
Continuing along my theme of being a good knitalong-er, and also my inordinate love of Nancy Bush sock patterns, here is the first of two Railway Stitch Socks from Knitting Vintage Socks. It is, perhaps, the worst sock-in-progress photo ever, and you may wonder about the 007 Dozen Days button also on the sidebar. Let's just say this isn't one of my dozen . . . At any rate, don't you love the green stripes on the heels and toes? You will see this sock again. The lucky recipient (a friend of mine from college) was visiting recently and they could be just a smidge longer. But I don't want to redo the stripy toe. You see where this is going? We're going to cut and graft!
In other, knitting-related news, I started my 8th block of internship yesterday - ER. While 12 hour shifts mean a lot of screaming babies, "dizzy" women, and people looking for Vicodin, it also means an entire month of no call. Who knows? I may even catch up on some sleep. I'll definitely be catching up on some knitting, some Chuppah, and I have a brand-new project in the works for Block 8. Don't hold your breath - I'm off to the ER again in about 10 minutes - but I'll be back with all the exciting details. And way better photos.