Well now I have to say I have some time on my hands for the moment. But it won't be for long. I will be starting classes in the Fajr Center. It's a center in Egypt for learning arabic language. Oh boy. I am a little nervous because I have not gone to school in a long time. But it sure will be a challenge. There will be people from all over the world. And most don't speak english. So there. I will be forced to learn and try to communicate the best I can. My 3 youngest children started school about 3 weeks ago. So here it goes. Wake up a 5 am, wash up and get the kids ready. Make lunch to pack in there bags. Then make breakfast. Make sure everyone took their vitamins and out they go by 7 am to hop on the school bus. I know many parents go through this routine every morning. But it does take getting used too. I still have to supplement english on weekends and three times on school days. So this is a toughy. My oldest daughter will be go to school at the Fajr center with me. But I still have to homeschool her at home. So argh! Where is the break? Anyway, my nights are still free but short. I am already tired by 9 pm. So I will have to try to fit my knitting somewhere in this hectic mess. Meanwhile, I went to Crafters Choice and checked out Isela's new book, "Loom Knitting Primer". Boy, everyone is raving about this book. I am thinking of ordering it and asking my friend in NY to mail it to me in Egypt. I feel left out. LOL. I started ready "Mason Dixon Knitting". Here is my little stab at a mini project. By the way, I love this book!