Having failed Socktober Fest, I just signed up for a holiday sock exchange. "Why, Sarah, when you couldn't finish a pair of socks in a month?" you ask. I am asking myself that very question.
And the person who I will be knitting for might be celebrating MLK's birthday with a nice new pair of socks. Deadline is Nov. 7 if you're interested (click on the button).
I went to a fabulous exhibit of Turkish costumes today at the Freer Gallery at the Smithsonian. The colors and fabrics were so rich and vibrant. Gorgeous, go see it.
This is one of the kaftans.
I usually volunteer at the Smithsonian every other Saturday morning, but there was a scheduling mistake and they didn't need me so I stopped by this exhibit.
Washington has some great exhibits this fall and winter, all over the city.
Corey is driving me to the airport early tomorrow morning, so sweet of him, so he is staying the night. (Wink wink, nudge nudge.) We are going to see "Shopgirl" in Bethesda tonight.
And man, do I need some action. We do this dance when ever we are together. Even though we know we are strictly friends-with-benefits, he is careful of the boundaries and waits for me to give the silent go-ahead for him to make a move. My life can be so amusing.
I will be back next week.