I couldn't knit on the flight out or the flight back. We took Southwest but our boarding group was C and so we were last on the plane. This meant that we had center seats between strangers. On the way out, we were separated by 10 rows. On the way back we were in the same row on different sides of the aisle and the people who each had the aisle seats were co-workers so they chatted and understood us chatting over them. My sister was my guest on this trip; we have family in Las Vegas. My aunt was crying she was so happy to see us.
Anyway, I did a lot of knitting for Camp Loopy at the conference. Insurance accounting is not as critical as say, a medical conference, so I can multitask. I mean, I can listen to Peyton Manning talk for an hour and get 7 rows on the chart done. Can't think of a better way to pass the time.
This is where the sox were at the end of the conference. I am pleased. This also meant I took 10 dpn through airport security twice and lived to tell about it.
Tonight my daughter and I drive up to take an early flight out of O'Hare in the morning to Puerto Rico. We are going as a group with many students in the district for a Spanish language excursion. I hope to do the heels, which are in navy, on the flight down. I already told Renee that I get the aisle and she takes the middle and no one will get hurt.
In quilty news, I am #8 on the queen's list and I have a king to bind. I hope people take their time so I can get it bound in time.