Quite a day! I mean, not here, obviously. For once, the West Coast gets to sit back and watch everyone else cope with an earthquake.
Post-earthquake television watching is often the best part of an earthquake. I always rush to turn on the local news stations. It’s great fun watching them interrupt their regular programming to toss up footage of shampoo bottles that have fallen off store shelves and first-person accounts. (“I almost spilled my beer!”)
And if you’re really lucky, you get to watch some clueless news personality grapple with trying to explain how the Richter Scale works.
Enjoy it while it lasts, Colorado and East Coasters!
This is some of my most boring knitting, and yet the most useful. These are Cat Mats: Mats For Cats Who Need Mats.
Dishcloth cotton, 50 stitches across, seed stitch for 100 rows, and you’ve got yourself a machine washable mat for kitty food dishes.