How about The Battle of Wellsville, for example? What, you say, you never heard of it? Check out Laurel's site It's looks more entertaining than The Battle of Yorktown, where I think we only saw one horse. I can think of some more battles that might be entertaining to reenact in Utah, but I have a morbid sense of humor so I will not pass that on.
Hey, we live in a desert here.
While I was sick for a week with every symptom a sinus infection can produce, I did not have enough energy to start anything new,* but as a trapped audience of one, I was able to weave in ends and block some things.
I wanted to stop at a new (to me) yarn store on the way home from the doctor (the doctor prescribed it, having been there on the weekend) but my head was threatening to explode so I had to go to the pharmacy instead. But when I got home there was a present from Webs.
I have solemnly promised myself not to start any more brown projects until I finish Paul's brown socks. I wonder where I hid them when I got sick of brown last spring?
*I actually did start the Stripy Vest for OE, in a burst of guilt-ridden, medication-fueled mania. It is nearly finished.