L is for Lobster!
Some friends of ours have a big lobster boil in their backyard each spring. This year, it coincided with Father's Day and the turn out was excellent. I heard that 80 (!) people were expected to tear open a crustacean and enjoy the potluck dinner. There were tons of kids running around and lobster carcasses everywhere. There was even a lobster cake. (See above.) I just hope their garbage day is soon cause all those lobster guts have gotta smell something nasty.
L is for Layette. This is not a word I regularly use but it's old-fashioned, kinda like EZ, and I thought it was appropriate. I finished the February baby sweater and leggings last night. As you can see, two skeins of Lorna's Laces sport weight is not enough for this set knit on 4 mm needles. I supplemented with some Knitpicks Shine which I got in a sampler package. I really like this yarn and will use it again. It is soft with a lovely drape.
I think the baby will have to grow into these things which is just fine. Babies have a habit of growing very quickly right out of the gate and I'd hate to have to put this little outfit away too soon.
L is for Latte, which I am looking forward to finishing.