I'm antsy. I think it's a pretty common condition in the US today, and maybe even in other countries that hope the US finally does something sensible. As we all know, it's election day. Finally. I've done my bit and voted (it's no secret, I voted for Obama). I'm off to volunteer this afternoon, and a party this evening, but mostly it's come down to waiting.
When I wait I have a pretty standard routine. I ferret around the house looking for something to eat that isn't too unhealthy, thankfully there's no chocolate. Between snack hunts I surf the internet looking for yarn, patterns, and reassuring election stories (which is better than the last couple of weeks when I thought we were looking at the end of our economic system). I might even do some housework. But, as you might guess, my biggest distraction is casting on new projects. Over the years I have discerned that the number of new projects is directly proportional to the importance of the matter at hand.
My only limit may be how many needles I've got (and I've got a lot).
Go vote and then join me in the stash room.