I woke up Friday morning to large white fluffy flakes falling outside my window. After a few bleary-eyed blinks to ensure I wasn’t hallucinating, I reached for the camera. I was aware that snow was coming, just not a day early. Perfect day to curl up in my office and work on the Phoenix blanket.
There are times when I find myself in that very odd situation where my perceived knowledge on a subject far outweighs my actual experience. You know the feeling, right? You’re merrily knitting away on a vanilla sock while your World of Warcraft character is taking the fifteen-minute flight between Undercity and Iron Summit when another crafty friend sends you a panicked message asking how to interpret a particularly tricky section of lace in the shawl they’re knitting.
So there I was, the night before our trip to Minnesota…looking for a carry-on bag. Ideally, one I could haul my immediate-needs stuff in all weekend. And I had nothing.
Happy Thanksgiving to those of you in Canada (and happy Impending Thanksgiving to those of you who are south of the border). For those of you not celebrating the harvest season with some sort of poultry product, go ahead and do so. I won’t tell! I’m working on the holiday, so on Friday, Robin and […]
I will admit that the title is due to an offhand comment made at work this evening, and probably has nothing to do with the rest of the post. Hooray non-sequiteur? I spent a goodly sum of the weekend knitting away at the first of the August socks. Once that sock was finished (in an […]
I kept meaning to post about last weekend’s hijinks, but got sidetracked. I’m now on a rotating shift schedule at work, and it messes with my ability to organize my posts. Either way, just in time for the new weekend, I bring you my adventures LAST weekend! We started off by driving down to the […]