It doesn't really look that orange. It's more a paler salmon pink.
This is pretty much what I did Saturday. That and watch home improvement shows on HGTV. I've improved my lace-knitting skills enough that I can have the television on while I'm knitting. That's a big step forward in my book. I'm now on the long slog to finish the top of the shawl in the brown Merino/Polwarth yarn I spun. I need to change to a shorter cable. Now that I'm into the body of the shawl, I'm hoping it blocks out big enough. I wrapped the border around myself while I was knitting it and it seemed plenty big enough at the time. It may be that I should have done that extra set of repeats. If it doesn't fit, that will still be okay. I knit for the knitting, not necessarily for the finished product.
Today was mostly taken up by cooking. Not a surprise. That's become my usual Sunday activity: grocery shopping first thing in the morning and cook most of the day. And do lots of dishes. Today's recipes were another stir-fry and black bean chili. So far, my favorite recipe in the past month has been the simplest: a can a black beans, drained and rinsed, mashed with salsa, heated, and eaten on a tortilla with cooked brown rice and avacado. I could eat a couple of those in one sitting. I'm good, though, and stick to just one.
Galen found a new cave for sleeping.