I was going to lay out the whole socks situation, but the cats are very needy today.
“I am more important than this THING. Why are you paying attention to a THING?”
“This STUFF is in my way. I’ll just make some room by kicking it off the edge. That’s better.”
“YOU’RE NOT SUFFICIENTLY . . . → Read More: Another ruined photoshoot. Two, actually.
In your most recent commercial, the guy says he wouldn’t have married his wife if he’d known that her credit was sub-par.
This is the most appalling sentiment I’ve ever seen publicly expressed.
Dear Discovery Channel,
I’m glad it’s Shark Week. But we all know you’ll be back to . . . → Read More: Letters to the television
Turns out, there’s a thriving YouTube collection of videos of raccoons stealing things. A sampling, in alphabetical order by item being stolen:
Cat food: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Cat food and the dish
. . . → Read More: My love for the internet is at an all-time high
I just discovered that the pattern for the Debbie Bliss Baby Shrug which I knit a few months ago is available as a free PDF online. Since it’s “legal” to talk shop on this pattern, I’m going to bust out some notes. (If only so that I can refer to them the next time . . . → Read More: Debbie Bliss Baby Shrug Help
You may recall that last week I made cat-face bread. This week? Oregon bread!
Last night we had a lovely, candy-colored sunset:
The cats have been practicing for the Olympic Synchronized Sleeping competition. I’m only going to give them an 8 out of 10 for this one. If you look closely, you’ll notice that . . . → Read More: The Week In Pictures