Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Mood Blanket Update 3
I finally got round to the book review for two reasons. First of all it's a beautiful book and deserves to be raved about. Secondly I didn't want this blog to be over taken by the mood blanket. Having said that I didn't realise it had been over a week since I had posted a proper update. So when you get to my list of moods it might seem a little long. There are also only 6 days left to the crochet along. I have enough of each colour to do at least one more round (13 colours) and to be honest this is no where near long enough. I will just keep going until the yarn runs out. In all honesty though, while I am enjoying the project, I'm not really liking the colours together.
Day 14 - grey - I really do hate Sundays. Spent the day doing some work and thinking about having to get up early in the morning.
Day 15 - burgundy - Blackest of moods. If I had bright red to match my anger or black I would have used it. Burgundy was the closest I had to red. A lovely fellow student decided to be not so lovely in regards to a group project.
Day 16 - Teal - needed some cheering up after the day before (still seething) and so used my favourite colour.
Day 17 - white - picked to match the colour of the sky. Plus I really wanted to use one of the new colours I had picked up.
Day 18 - mid blue - fairly good mood. Given a lecture to help us with an assessment we were all struggling with. Had one of those 'eureka' moments.
Day 19 - yellow - a response about day 15 put me in a very good mood. Plus with the horrible weather we have been having I needed something bright.
Day 20 - bright pink - The best of moods. A day of having lunch with my cousin and then dinner with my three beautiful nieces. As loud as they can be they would put a smile on anyones face.
Day 21 - green - feeling delicate thanks to wine the previous day. However, did get to snuggle up and watch Coraline with my nieces in the morning.
Day 22 - grey - not in a bad mood or anything but I think the wine drinking over the weekend caught up with me. Could barely keep my eyes open.