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White Lace for Harini

January 30, 2006


Well, okay, maybe work has lessened a teensie, weensie bit. Except for finishing the fluffy wrist-warmers/mitaines I made out of the Cassimo (and which I gifted to Andre at work), until this past weekend, I still suffered from not playing with yarn. Since Ruth was swept off to a remote hideaway in Maine to celebrate […]

Gasping for (yarn-made) air

January 20, 2006


Work has literally wrapped me up like a Christmas present with all sorts of paper reports and computer data around me. Because I worked so many hours this week on and off the clock, I was allowed to leave after my 10AM meeting today to take some much needed time off. How did I spend […]

Simon’s Announcement to the World

January 15, 2006


I updated my post on Simon’s arrival this past Monday. I added a couple of the photos to my original post I took the photos off the site, but here is Abby’s email to the family: Subject: Simon Patrick has arrived:) Greetings to all, Simon Patrick was born Monday, January 9th at 11:50 a.m. He […]

Does having a quiet weekend make me old?

January 15, 2006


Yes, there is nothing better that watching a football game, surfing the net, playing with yarn, and drinking champagne all in one shot! Tonight the Denver Broncos hosted the New England Patriots and unfortunately for Rich, the Pats were not doing well. However, I was happy to see that Andre Davis did have a great […]

Forgetting the 13th Part

January 13, 2006


In trying to reflect why my commute into work this morning has been so bad, it finally hit me that today’s date is the 13th on a Friday! I usually do not think of this day as one filled with bad luck, but BOY did I have an argument with the gasoline station attendant. She […]

Secret Pal 7 Questionnaire

January 10, 2006


Okay, time to write my heart out… 1. Are you a yarn snob (do you prefer higher quality and/or natural fibers)? Do you avoid Red Heart and Lion Brand? I admit to loving the higher quality yarns and natural fibers, and try to knit with them as much as possible. I was at a LYS […]