I finally have some photos taken of some of my works-in-progress (WIPs, for those of you that prefer shorthand).
Anyway, that's about all I have for right now. Somewhere, I have a hat that I'm working on but it's kind of boring right now (but don't tell Susan B. Anderson that...it's one of the hats from Itty-Bitty Hats, which, for me, was just a reason to force myself to learn to use DPNs properly). I also have a scarf going but I need to find my pattern for it. I know I have it somewhere...again, it's one of those pseudo-self-designed patterns so I don't know what I did just by looking at it. Oh well.
In other random "life news," I had my gestational diabetes test this morning. Really, I don't know what everyone was complaining about with that drink. Aside from the aftertaste, it was like drinking a little bottle of non-carbonated Fanta (or Orange Crush - take your pick). I won't know anything until tomorrow, if there's even anything wrong to begin with. They're also checking (again) to make sure I'm not anemic.
Oh, and my car is misbehaving...still. Normally, cars will run slower than what the speedometer says. So, if your car says you're going 60 mph, you're actually only going 56 or 57 mph. My car is doing the opposite and no one can figure out why (and it's a bit unnerving). When my car says I'm going 60 mph, I'm actually going something closer to 64 or 65 mph. But, it compounds with speed. In town, when it says 25 mph, my car says 25 mph and the GPS says the same. As I go up in speed, so does the difference. By the time I'm doing 70 mph on the Interstate, the GPS says I'm going something like 75-77 mph. I know this...but it shouldn't be happening this way. The other way is "normal" and expected...this way (the opposite) is not. I had an oil change after the doctor appointment. Yay, my car's first oil change...and then the "check engine" light came on. BOOOOOO! I'm willing to bet that they just didn't reset the "service now" feature after the oil change. But, tomorrow morning, I'm taking my car back up to Madison to the Volkswagon dealership, getting a loaner, and they're going to play with my car and try to figure out what's going on with it.
It's going to be a long few days.