If I look up from my knitting on my daily commute, this is all I see, so generally I don't, I knit.
Most people who read this blog or follow me on twitter know quite a lot about my knitting life but it seems that fewer people know that I live a double life. When last week I tweeted
Time put nose to the PC. Working at home interrupted by 2 meetings at the Law Society in PM Must avoid dreaming of new
Tanya, who tweets as @strikk and has a blog of the same name which I follow as she does mine, tweeted back
How is it that I've only just realised you also a lawyer-ly type who knits.....!
This set me wondering how many knitting lawyers are out there (I know of at least one other)
I still spend a fair amount of my working life stalking the corridors of power in my dark Lawyers suit, much of it is fascinating
I took this photograph of the lobby to the House of Commons while no one was looking (I hope I don't get sent to the Tower for this!)
Even the escalators at Westminster tube station exude a rather exciting sense of power
But it can all become routine and at times my mind wanders to thinking about the work I shall do on the train home and my amusement at the looks on the faces of my fellow passengers as I pull out of my briefcase, not a sheaf of papers, but my knitting
Black socks might be quite suitable for work wear on a chilly day but I shall knit a fairisle border along the top. I'm thinking of crossed knitting needles and a ball of yarn