This inability to run errands at lunchtime during weekdays means that a skein finished mid-week would not be able to ship off to its new owner until Friday.
Now a more disciplined person would have boxed up the skein immediately. Primarily to be prepared to ship the skein first thing Friday morning, but also to avoid the established temptation of the skein.
I am not that person.
Instead the skein and I spent some time
I decided that the first of March was International Take Your Skein to Work Day and so the skein took the brief commute with me to ACME Giant Government Bureaucracy Inc. to witness an exciting day in the life of a cubicle dweller.
endures basks in the glow of the florescent cube lighting
The skein observes the daily email ritual
At lunch time the skein traveled down to visit my friends in graphic design who regularly
are compelled to admire my purchases from fiber festivals and my spinning and knitting works-in-progress.
All too soon our day ended and it was time for the trip home and our final goodbyes. Somehow I got the impression that the skein was taking it much better than I was and after our day together was
(** Note to anyone concerned about workplace efficiency: No paid work hours were used in the making of these photos. )
Addendum to Sarah (from previous post comments): Sarah, I couldn't access your profile via blogger to leave you a reply comment. My main wheel (I have three total) is a Jensen Tina II and I adore it. You can find more detailed technical information here.