We had a terrific Book club meeting, as usual, this week, but the high moment for me was when I was presented with a basketful of unfinished knitting projects by one of our ladies. She had e-mailed us the day before to say that she was 'chucking out' and would anyone like to take over some unfinished jumpers etc.? Completely forgetting my resolution to empty my cupboard of odd bits of wool and de-clutter a bit (mission finally accomplished last week) - I joyfully replied, "Me, me, me!". In my defence, I have to add that we still do quite a bit of long distance driving and I must knit or go crazy on a six-hour trip. I don't share the driving. My concern was: how could someone half-knit so many jerseys and then give up and start another project? Some still have the needles in, there are two pairs of scissors, a sewing kit and four brand-new little kits for rag dolls. I am in knitter's heaven. Can't wait to get started. Actually, have already knitted a square in front of the TV last night. I have decided that apart from finishing the jerseys (and maybe giving them back), I would make her a 'memory' blanket with at least one square in every color. Meanwhile, what do the psychologists make of this kind of personality? Maybe, she just got bored or couldn't resist another purchase in a wool shop? One thing for sure: she must have a limited supply of jumpers that she can actually wear. I am going to start on the pretty lavender one: only one sleeve to go!