Its all true, the boogie girl is real, and you've found her. She knits, sews, spins, does pottery and writes it all down in this blog.
Friday, July 02, 2004
Stretch, yawn, stretch.
Getting my butt in gear without a child hollering "mama, I said it's good morning!" is a little slow. Funny how that becomes such a vivid wake up call. I must ignore her first "good morning" every day, because all I hear is that statement as if I have been ignoring her. Does being in a sound sleep count as ignoring? And before you think we got rid of her for being a morning pest, she just spent the night at her grandparents. About 1 hour ago, I'm sure she said "Grammy, I said good morning!"
So you saw the new Knitty. Thank you for the nice comments. I will be working on a thigh down option and maybe no lacing up the back design if I have time. I'll let you know when I get something done. If I haven't done it by the end of the month, tough noogies. Just kidding, send me an email to remind me. I do have CRS.
I want to give everyone that contributed to that issue a big round of applause. Its a great issue and it was an interesting challenge. Kudos to Amy (and her editors) for making another great issue.
I wanted to take pics of Pia (working at decreasing on the back) and pics of the husbeast sweater (about 8 inches done, its about 38 inches wide) but I'm enjoying my coffees (notice the s) and scream free am. Although its a little weird to not have to be making breakfast and arguing with someone about what they need to wear for the day. On days like this maybe I should try and pick out Husbeast's clothes and see if I can have an in depth conversation with him why not to wear a sweater on a 70 degree day. Maybe not, I'd have to get up. I leave you with the only photo I took yesterday
Lace weight singles, I've got about 400 yards. I need more, I want to make a small stole. Maybe I'll spend my morning spinning away.
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