Found the camera last night, and even more importantly, found the software and the battery charger.
As you might have guessed from the presence of pictures.
Today I have little to say, except that my trainer is an evil, evil man who enjoys my pain. Arms hurt.
Done with arm increases and into ball four - knitting straight on sleeve 1.
Juno did discover how difficult it is to take a picture of her own hand. Attempts to drape sleeve in a flattering manner over arm and hand, while operating camera with other hand, were not successful. No, you can't see them.
Oh, this is what the sarong looks like. The Jo Sharp Desert Garden is really nice to touch and knit with. It untwists pretty easily, so care does need to be exercised, but I like it. When I first started the sarong I made my friend H put down her knitting several times in order to touch the yarn. Juno can be a pest that way. On sale now at Elann.com
Oh, and if it wasn't for the unnatural interest my cat was showing in it, I think I would have taken the Lorna's Lace Carrot sock yarn to bed with me. So very soft and delicious. Guess Juno needs to learn to make socks now.