My SIL's RCR socks are completed and mailed. I finished them on Monday, mailed them on Tuesday and Texas got hit with an ice storm and snow on Wednesday. These only took me 10 days to complete. Probably because I did not work on anything else during that time.
Another pair of RCR socks were cast on Monday evening. This time they will end up in hubby's drawer. I have no idea what yarn this is. The ball band has long since vanished. I do know the yarn has been in my stash for years. And, no, these are not matching up 100%. The only part of them that will show is the rolled top and I don't think anyone is going to notice. If they do, they are too darn close to my husband's feet! Hopefully, the gusset will be completed on both socks by the end of today. Does anyone else just love making heels on socks? It always seems like magic to me. I just love doing heels.
Today marks the 3 weeks since setting it up. As you can see, the lettuce is going crazy. Yesterday, I had to decide which stalk of the cherry tomatoes were the hardiest and then prune out the other stalks. The basil is also growing like crazy. The exciting part is, last night I harvested some of the lettuce for our hamburgers.
I got three leaves of red leaf and two leaves of romaine. They were the perfect size to fit on a hamburger bun. It looks like harvesting lettuce will be daily for a while. Otherwise, it is going to take over the entire garden. From what I have read, if I give it a quick rinse (to get dust off) and put it in a plastic bag with a damp paper towel, it will keep for several days in the fridge. I will give it a whirl.