Look, Ma! Two sleeves!
The saga of the Minimalist Cardigan ended happily. Thanks to a wonderful knitter I found on Ravelry, I was able to purchase another skein of yarn and the dye lot was a good match for what I already had. I knit up the sleeve, sewed everything back up (in the process of making sure things matched, I discovered that I'd sewn on Sleeve A inside-out, so I had to take it off and do it again. Sigh.)
I haven't bothered to block it yet, but that hasn't stopped me from wearing it. Much. I really do need to block it, though. I just... well, I moved to Connecticut about two weeks ago, and that takes some time and energy, y'know? And then I had some computer issues and couldn't update, but that got fixed.
Oh, and I haven't left-left my church, I'm on sabbatical. It's wonderful so far. I do miss home and think about my friends and church people quite often, but it's been nice to live with Husband and know it's for three whole months rather than just a week or two. (Being married to a grad student is hard.) So far I've gotten my hair dyed, sat through a blizzard and watched lots of people drive like idiots in the snow, spent a couple of days in New York City (watched some Fashion Week nonsense and a dress rehearsal of Parsifal at the Met; both were great), and seen a lot of theater.
And yeah, I've done a bit of knitting, too. Watch for updates.