For a post that is. Finding a good book, not nearly so difficult.
I started crunching through (again) on Henry a couple of days ago, and it is amazing how much better I felt about the project when I was no longer trying to get it done for some arbitrary time (*cough* Christmas). I'm only getting a modest 4-6 rows done most days, but it still means that I could finish it within a month.
I'm trying not to put it aside, but at the same time it is cold enough that I am contemplating a new scarf. My warmest scarf (the Ravenclaw scarf) and many of my less warm scarves are all packed away, so I have been using a scarf I bought from Filene's a number of years ago. It is a rather thin cloth and is warm enough for the around 30 temperatures, but not if there is any wind or if the temperature dips. And dipping has been the order of the day!
I don't want to buy the yarn right now, mostly because I have yarn on order for my hubby's sweater and about time too. It's Peace Fleece (this color) that I'm awaiting for a Cobblestone Pullover. I'm really looking forward to making this sweater, even though I am going to need to buy a copy of the pattern (my magazine, also packed away).