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Some ‘Splainin’ to Do

April 26, 2006


The question of the week: How could something so small (6lbs) and cute (Zydeco, my Pissed off Ewok) like this Cause such a raucous (about 45 minutes of it) when you have to medicate HIM??? More yarn content later…

Being Sick, Yoga, and Meeting a Rock Star

April 23, 2006


My apologies again. In thinking I could get stuff done yesterday, I have something going on with my sinuses that Dayquil hides during the day and makes me ditzy. HUSH! Please, no comments from the Peanut Gallery! So with yesterday being Saturday, I figured my body could use the break from the medicine. Boy was […]

Updated: A Contest and a Meme

April 19, 2006


Okay folks, Kat has a neat contest going on (many thanks to Debbie for posting it on her site) that asks you to name 5 places that you have KIP (knitted in public) besides home and yarn store(s). Because I have absolutely NO qualms about KIP, I am trying to list places not so common […]

Latest Fiber Chores and a Bunny Funny

April 18, 2006


It struck me when I booted up my computer how much non-knitting I do for the love of yarn. I find myself alternating obsessions over patterns for Rasha’s socks, Anita’s baby cardigan, and for blankets and squares. While all that designing is in my head, I am updating spreadsheets of stores and my yarn-related inventory. […]

Bunny Graces and Purls for Easter

April 15, 2006


For the past couple of days, Caesar has been wheezing, is more lethargic than usual, and his nostrils are constantly covered with small clumps of dried snot (yes, such a LOVELY vision to prepare me for motherhood). Fortunately, a good sign is that he still has his voracious appetite. When Rich called Big River yesterday, […]

Alive with Tales to Tell (Last but not least, Part 3)

April 13, 2006


I caught up with one of my former co-workers via AIM late Monday night. Laurent had traded his software developer job for a totally new career — scuba diving instructor. He and his wife Laura had moved from their homeland of France to Denmark, then moved to Australia’s capital city of Sydney. Recently when I […]