I had the bad judgment to wait until after feeding to try and photograph the puppies. Predictably, once their bellies were full, they fell fast asleep. And it’s a sucky, blurry picture, to boot! Apologies: on top of everything else, I have a cold, too. It’s a rough week.
It’s remarkable how much more . . . → Read More: Puppies and Drugstore Yarn
I knit up the rest of that one ball of dishcloth cotton into a cat mat, but it fell a little short, so I tacked on some from another ball to finish it out. I like the contrast, and I don’t think the cats will mind. Then I used up the last of that . . . → Read More: The Most Boring Knitting In The World
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 . . . → Read More: Earthquake Weather
Ladies and gentlemen I present to you…
THE LAST DISHCLOTHS.
For a while, anyway. Not forever, obviously. But I have knit up all the dishcloth cotton I had on hand. (I bought 2 more balls a few weeks ago – I’m not crazy!)
One of my goals for this year was to “use it . . . → Read More: Can We Pretend That Dishcloths in the Night Sky Are Like Shooting Stars?
Lady GaGa’s new song is making all the charts, and that’s cool I guess. But if you’re talking “dance music anthems for the dispossessed,” I think Pink’s “Raise Your Glass” beats “Born This Way” hands down.
For one thing, Lady GaGa’s song just seems a little bit too calculated. A little bit too “I . . . → Read More: Raise Your Dishcloth If You Are Wrong – In All The Right Ways