One of the highlight’s of my youngest son’s year is his annual trek to Space Camp.
This year will be the fifth summer he has attended, so while I was firming up our stops between here and Huntsville (as well as stopping by a laundromat to get the laundry done), my son was assigned the task of reading the specifics of the Mission Briefing Kit and getting his gear ready for camp.
As fate would have it, by the time I returned from doing laundry, the plumber had worked his magic, and we once again had water.
From there, the day seemed to slip away from me, like the sand in an egg-timer; the minutes disappeared one by one, then soon an entire hour was missing.
But with everything else that needed doing, I did manage to eke out three cookies for the cookieghan:
Along with the requisite sunscreen, I have also packed some of the yarns I need for the cookies as I am going to focus my crochet energy while I travel on making more of them for the cookieghan; I don’t expect I will get much done (I’m pretty sure that crocheting while driving is just as dangerous as texting while driving, the latter being illegal here in North Carolina), but each cookie I crochet gets me closer to my goal of 169 cookies, and that gets me closer to finishing this project and sending it off to its intended recipient, and maybe if time permits and I am sufficiently focused, I can crochet another half half-dozen cookies.