A stay indoors day. The rain was incredible, at one point it was coming down so hard I could barely see the other side of the street!
Rye has been quite content to play with his train, tracks and various cars and lorries, and it seemed a day to just veg and get on with it and when he asked for the plastacine, I thought, "why not," and so we enjoyed making multicoloured trains etc. I really must make some more saltdough up though. The plastacine leaves a waxy residue on one's hand that's not pleasant.
I had planned to take Rye to the Library this morning for Rythm Time; my thought process went something like this; raise head wearily from pillow, look out of the window and think, "sod that!" and go back to sleep, cuddling Rye.
Why was my head weary at 7:30am in the morning? Well, because I'd stayed up crocheting the hair hat based on a pattern I saw on Ravelry: Head Hugger It only took an hour, but I didn't go to bed till late because I'd also been crocheting some more of the pinfore, while watching a few US series I enjoy on Latest Episodes , Once the head hugger was finished, I naturallyhad to try it on and liked it a lot so I spent a fair amount of time in front of the mirror playing lol. The only design flaw that I need to address, is the slowly sliding off one's head. Hair slides fix it a little, but I think hair slides that clip might work better, hope I can get some that will blend in. I really love the head huggers and plan to make many more, playing with colours and stitches. I reckon a really lovely lacy stitch would look fantastic!
Tomorrow Kids Planet with the HE group come what may. We both need to get out and breath some fresh air!