Monthly Archives: November 2018

Goodbye to an Old Friend

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And no, not the cat — Poison continues to exist, in spite of our severe betrayal in getting rid of the old couch. The new one is in now, and she’s trying to ignore its existence (which is pretty impressive, because it’s obscenely long). I’m sure that she’ll go check it out on her own terms,b ut she’s not ready… Read more »

The Good Kind of Crossed

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Being crossed cables, for the first time by my hand. I cannot claim that it’s the tidiest job, but it still looks pretty cool, and I’m happy to be learning a new-to-me skill variant. I’m on the last row of the pattern section, and then I have to do it another 3 or 4 times. We’ll see how much wool… Read more »

Friendsgiving

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R and her husband are here for Friendsgiving. We have played the requisite Drawful, and have just finished cramming food in assorted faces. Z did a fantastic job as usual, and I definitely ate too much. I’ll find room for a pie though hopefully, since R made and brought one with her. *says goodbye* So yeah, a good day, as… Read more »

Sock Party!

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Yes, I finished the pair I was on. Which means that I have, of course, already picked another pattern and caked up the next skein of wool to get the next pair started, hee hee. I’m slightly annoyed because these came up a tiny bit bigger than my other pairs, so not quite as snug. The fit is still more… Read more »

Pure Joy

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I have said in the past of our love of all things stationary. So needing to replace our old shredder was a thing of happy rather than a pain in the ass. I was also pleasantly surprised that we were able to find a better replacement for, I’m pretty sure, less than the outgoing one costs my in-laws 5+ years… Read more »