Transitions, Ink

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Sunday Scribblings #29 If I Could Stop Time

Sunday Scribblings is asking us what we would do if we could stop time. If I could stop time today I would keep on knitting my lace shawl until finished. I have found my rhythm with the pattern and am loving every minute that I spend on it, even when I have to undo rows. Then I would do what needs doing in the garden, finish reading the book that I meant to finish reading this weekend, and prepare for this week's responsibilities at work.

Since I cannot stop time, I am setting the knitting aside, having an abbreviated session in the garden, and doing a minimalist job of prepping for the work week.

If I could have any superpower, I would like to be able to function at full capacity on two hours or less of sleep per night.


Repeater said...

Glad to hear the lace shawl is working out. I kept thinking about knitting while I was meditating. No! I won't give in, not yet anyway.

Jerri said...

Ya gotta love a woman who knows exactly what she wants to do with her time.

Glad to hear you've got the rhythm down. Can't wait to see photos of the finished piece.

Tammy said...

Knitting is like a meditation and reading is so relaxing. That is a great choice for a super power! Have a great week!

Your twin

Bug said...

Ooh. Good super power!