I think I'm going to add November National Whatever Months to my "I don't" list. I did get about 16 inches done, which I calculate to be 19,074 stitches. Not bad for moving in the middle of November, but not exactly a 50,000+ stitch completed sweater.
I still have quite a bit to do; It's not close to done by any stretch of the imagination. But for now it's on hold as I frantically knit Christmas presents. I read the Yarn Harlot's blog today as I was taking a break from knitting and completely agree with the statement of "I feel like I'm going into this Christmas with no reserves." I started knitting for this Christmas months ago, and yet I'm still really pushed for time. (That and my family is Christmas-ing on the 19th, which cuts into knitting days.)
I haven't completed anything since my shawl, so I really have no exciting knitting to show you. That's kind of a bummer, because I feel like I've been knitting non-stop but have nothing completed to show for it. I guess that's the price one pays for having several wips (wip = work in progress) at the same time. But how about new yarn? Yarning for You had an excellent Black Friday sale and I picked up more sock yarn. (Mmmm. Yay. Sock yarn.)
Well. That's all I've got. I'm procrastinating working on Christmas presents because the knitting itself isn't very interesting. On the up-side I finally got my new crutches in time for the trip up to Utah for Christmas. One of my old crutches broke and is now completely unusable, which is useless for ice and snow. It took a month to get the crutches, which was frustrating (way to leave a spoonie high and dry, folks), but now they're here and way nicer than my old ones.
Ok. I've got to get back Christmas knitting. Heigh ho.