And last night I finished the 12th combination square of my crochet - now I just have to start making duplicates so that I have enough to make an item out of them. I have no idea how many I am going to need, but 60 would be a nice number - 5 of each - to aim for. As we head into the last full week of June, I feel that I have achieved my target for the month of learning how to crochet - I know I don't know it all yet, and the tension needs improvement, but I have the basic idea of the granny square under control, and that feels like a vast improvement on where I was three weeks ago, tied in knots!
In other news, we have also achieved our savings target for the month, slightly reduced for June, and £500 is safely stashed away. I've had bills to pay and wanted a little leeway, but we are back to the target for July of £750.
Today I am taking the girls and a friend to UEA in Norwich, which is why I am up so early. Things to do before we set off from here at 7.45am. It is raining now, but I am hoping that this body of rain will have passed and the forecast showers will be all that is left to trouble us for the rest of the day. We've got a lot to see before we get home tonight!