Monday if you want the details of how it goes together. The remaining units besides the ones on the wall are in the stack to the right of the iron in this picture. Now I just need to lay them out, piece them into rows and piece the rows together. That always takes a lot of stamina, but one more sleepless night would probably do it.
Traveling Companion Shawl: I'm just starting the final lace border and the third ball of alpaca yarn. I'm reading The History of the Ancient World to Steve at bedtime, but of course the disadvantage of reading ancient history at bedtime is that it's very easy to fall asleep and miss an entire chapter. Of course, last night that disadvantage turned into an advantage, and Steve read to me about the Hittites and 19th Dynasty Egyptians and their marriage alliances and wars until I actually was able to fall asleep. Don't get me wrong, I love this book! It makes ancient history come alive. Just maybe not quite so much after 11:00 p.m.
Oh, and I kind of like the 6th graders again today. (The 8th graders, now that's another story.) I'm giving myself the afternoon off - no grocery shopping - so I can rest up and maybe sew a little more before I have to go back to pick up the kids.
Linking up to Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday and Small Things for the Yarn-Along.