(I completely forgot to post this! I had this written right after the episode but then life got in the way. Watch for my year-in-review recap later this week. Hopefully it will give some insight into my poor blogging habits this year.)
Questions I have before the episode based on the magic of foreshadowing:
- Who do the remains from the 1960s belong to? (I think it’s Geillis which is super ironic since they find her bones a mere years after she technically left Scotland.)
- Do we see Young Willy? (I think we do)
- Does Claire and Jamie’s daughter make it back to Scotland from the 1960s? (My money is on yes. Maybe the cliffhanger?)
- Voodoo? (that seems an easy one)
- What about “freed” slave Temeraire? Does he help the McTerrible’s out? (Probably)
Without further ado, spoilers ahead for Outlander season three, episode 13: Eye of the Storm
And here we are again. Another day, another episode of Outlander that needs to be hatewatched. Only one more episode after this one for season three. Let’s see how much of that subtle, subtle foreshadowing begins coming to fruition, shall we?
Spoilers ahead for Outlander season three, episode 12: The Bakra
Something good has come from watching Outlander. The trailers for a new Starz show starring J.K. Simmons run before every episode. It’s called “Counterpart” and has to do with the normal world but alternate dimensions. And assassins. Coming in January. That is for sure going on my TiVo. Unlike Outlander, which I just remember to watch because I have TWO friends who read my recaps now. Yay!
Spoilers ahead for Outlander season three, episode 10: Heaven and EarthRead More
I don’t usually buy single color yarn. I love yarn with colors, especially the always magical self-striping yarn for socks. Since I’ve started knitting socks for myself, I’ve found that I prefer socks in patterned yarn to be basic so as to really show off the striping. I like to use one color yarn to show off stitch patterns. I have a lot of stripped yarn right now, so basic socks it is.
Another week, another episode just filled with Jamie and Claire moping. I know. It doesn’t make sense. I’ve committed to this for you dear reader, though, so here you go. Though I might have to figure out how to make these recaps shorter.
Spoiler alert: Recap of Outlander season three, episode nine: The Doldrums
I usually have a knitting project with me. A simple pair of socks from one ball of yarn in a small project bag is easy to grab and stuff in my purse or bag. But sometimes I don’t bring my knitting with. I know, it seems unlikely, but there are indeed one or two reasons I won’t bring my knitting with me. However, no matter where I am, I always have a knitting tool with me:
This year I have had far less time to knit than I have in the past. As a slower knitter, this means far less finished items to post on my site. And while I have other things to post about (pattern downloads, hate watching, the one single project I’m trying to plow through right now so I have time to weave the ends in before Christmas), I’d still like to post knitted items. Desperate times call for desperate measures and all that, so to keep pretty things on this site I have started to dig through finished projects that I have from days of yore. Or, you know, a few years ago.