I have so many things on the needles that it's hard to decide what to knit. Here are my current favorites...
Mr. Greenjeans in Brooks Farm Four Play. I just divided for the sleeves. I would have done this much sooner, but I had a little accident and I had to frog back several rows. There's still a tiny mistake, but it's in the back and very hard to see so I've accepted it and moved on.
I realize that with no fewer than five unfinished pairs of socks in the works, the last thing I need to be doing is casting on for another sock, but I got some new Twisted yarn in the mail last week and I couldn't resist. Not so coincidentally, I also got two sets of 24" KnitPicks Harmony circular needless and I had to try them out. If I'm going to have this many socks going at once, I'll need more needles. The Harmony circs are okay if you like wooden needles, but the more I knit, the more I realize that I strongly prefer slick, shiny, metal needles. They'll do in a pinch though and they're certainly pretty.
Plain old sock with a bit of shaping. I'm pretending that the shaping was intentional, but in reality I cast on too many stitches and I'm too lazy to frog it and start over. This variety of Twisted yarn has a generous 480 yards per skein, so I think I can get away with making tall socks and the shaping will serve a purpose, even on my bird legs.