You have a lot of knitting to do.
You've given yourself an insane amount of projects to complete over the next four months, but you're feeling pretty good about it.
You've made a calendar to define the deadlines for each of the projects, and fortunately, they work out to four projects per month for the next four months.
You're amazingly right on track with your niece's fifth birthday sweater. (That's a lot of birthday sweaters.)
You're less than a week into the month and your first August sock is finished. It fits you, and you're very excited to be this close to having another pair of socks for your very own.
You may be somewhat concerned about the lace scarf sample that has to be completed for the store and the fact that you may only have two rows of said scarf completed at the current time, but you will be so comforted by the amazing progress on all the other August projects that your concern about the lace scarf will be diminished significantly until you're closer to the actual deadline date for said scarf.
If someone asked, you'd tell them you were Right On Track.
Then it happens.
You're innocently browsing knitting blogs as you've been known to do, clicking various blogroll links, trying to find knitting blogs you've not read before, checking out the projects-in-progress of your fellow knit bloggers, and you see it.
The pattern you must knit.
The project you must make now.
So you do.
What other projects?