On day 1, I spent almost no time spinning yarn.
Instead I spent hours at a different type of spinning--74 miles on my bike. I feel like 5 hours on my bike in close to 100 degree temps was a valid enough excuse for my poor showing on day 1 of TdF. Especially since the bike ride required a 4:30am wake up, and when we arrived home at 4:30pm, it was to a house without power.
I have no such excuses for days 2 and 3. It's not that I've done nothing. There has been at least some spinning each day.
But I'm underwhelmed with my progress and particularly with my lack of enthusiasm. I'm just not in the spinning mood right now. Terrible timing since the next 3 weeks are supposed to be a crazy spin-a-thon.
The upside though? I'm totally stoked about my new knitting project.
Yup, I did in fact cast on Citron Friday night, and I've been knitting away furiously and loving every minute of it. I have a sneaking suspicion that my love will wane once the rows get up to 500 stitches, and I'll once again want nothing else but to sit at the spinning wheel. With my timing, though, that will probably happen the day after TdF ends.