That was what Husband asked when he woke me up this morning at around 5:24 a.m. The next minute, he already went out to the living room and logged on to USGS Latest Quakes page. It turned out to be a 4.7 earthquake with the center 28 miles south of us. According to the news report, since the quake was only 2 miles down the earth, the shakings were felt by quite a lot of people ... AND I SLEPT THROUGH IT without feeling a slightest thing!
On the knitting front, I've been moving along like the Slowskys*! Just managed to knit a couple of rounds on the Leftovers Tank on Tuesday night. Last night was being distracted by some apartment hunting research (and that would be another story!). Any moment soon I'll be at the armhole split. Lucky for me, Lauren at almost felted posted about her method of shaping the armholes for sleeveless shell ... that seems to be working out very well, so I'll try it. If it doesn't work for me, I would beg the help from the very kind Debi (she has the Sweater Wizard ... which I have been thinking of getting but not sure if it is really useful since I am mostly a follow-a-pattern type knitter! ;))
After much thought, I have to agree with hege (go check out the Norwegian sweater she is working on! I have that book and love all the colourworks!) that crew neckline is not necessarily the simpler way; so I'll do what I like more ... V-neck! Yay! Besides, in order to avoid knitting the armhole bands and neck band, I'll experiment with the much appraised Annie Modesitt's double knit slipped stitch edge. That's about it with my plan for this project. I hope it would be done in another 2 weeks.
Weekend is just around the corner! The forecast says the coming weekend is going to be warm and sunny ... that's enough to keep one's spirit up, people! :)
*For those of you who are not in the US, the Slowskys, featured in an internet company's tv commercials, have become quite a pair of celebrities now. They even have their own blog! Go and watch them on tv! I love them (but not the slower DSL)!