I had to rip the Vancouver Fog mitts back a surprising amount, given how small a project it is. A good portion of that ripping back was due to my own inattention.
(If you look at the picture in the last post about these mitts, you can see my final error: I forgot . . . → Read More: Vancouver Fog Mitts: Post Mortem
EDIT: so the timing on this post was not the greatest. I scheduled it three days ago and forgot about it until it popped up in my feed. Along with tweets about, for example, hospital staff evacuating a NICU down dark stairwells because the hospital generator failed.
Let’s give this at least a few . . . → Read More: Donate Yarn to Harlem School Kids
I am finding Kirby to be a surprisingly “difficult” Sim. Even though she lacks any of the traits that you would typically associate with it, like Evil or Rebellious. Nevertheless, it seems like in any given situation, she always wants to do the wrong thing.
For example, as a werewolf she constantly has the urge to “Scratch Furniture.”
(At least I limit her to scratching the outdoor couch.) Continue reading…
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Fall nights get chilly around here. This time of year I usually only have one fire a day, mid-morning, so the temperature is slowly dropping inside from about noon on. It’s usually in the mid-50s indoors by the time morning rolls around.
I don’t mind, because I’m cozy in bed. And so is the . . . → Read More: Cat Cave Upgrade and Gift Knitting