the Farmer's Market Bag! I think I would add another repeat of the striping pattern, as this ended up only 11 inches high. It shrunk much more lengthwise than my gauge swatch led me to expect. Not sure why. I used up the rest of my yarn (except the seafoam, of which I still have most of a skein) on pockets. I made a pouch for mushrooms and other squashables (I was really pleased with my cleverness in making a pocket that would give enough depth), and pockets for keys, wallet, and cell phone. I played with the idea of adding a divider, but decided against it. Geronimo inspected it and found it lacking in catnip or tuna, and Mirando declined to comment. Overall, I'm pleased. It will be nice and fuctional, and the straps are the exact length I want.
Other knitting: Could there be photos of Picovoli all finished tomorrow? There just might be!
Writing: Argh. Same place. I hope Chapter 4 is some sort of turning point, and future chapters will be easier to write.
Reading: Almost done with Bloodsucking Fiends.
Cooking: None, due to desperate need for grocery shopping.