Sunday, November 23, 2008

The End is in Site

The End is in site for the timesucker project. I have started skein #19 out of 20 today.
Yahoo! I still question my sanity for starting this project.

I finished the EZ hat - very easy indeed. Made from Green Mt Spinnery yarn purchased whenin Mass when I went to Martha's house w/Ruth in April. The hat is very very nice, and I have enough yarn left to make one more. This one is for Joey for Christmas. You've gotta love the model!

Of course, Magic has been my constant companion during all of this knitting.

I had to get a cortosone shot in my elbow last week. The first three days the pain was horrid, but after that its been great. I can use the stapler, and knit without pain. yah00!

I started a pair of socks for Joe tonight. The color is a camo-color. Originally purchased for Joey, but he does not like my socks, so Joe will get them. Austerman Step yarn made with jojoba and aloe. He has one pair that he loves, and confirmed he would like this color comb ok.

Martha is making progress on her vest. Don't ya luv the colors? Notice also this is a different version than the first one.

Ruth has been taking a spinning class and has made her kitty Lucy a catnip "rat" with her homespun yarn. she is liking the classes very much, and will bring her spinning wheel to the
giggle party at my house on December 6th.

I'm taking Wednesday off of work, and I'm so excited I can hardly sleep. Thanksgiving is at mom's as usual. Friday Tiffany and I are going shopping. We go with the only expectation of having fun...and we always do. We are meeting two really hot guys for breakfast afterwards!
Saturday is our annual shopping trip with mom and dad. Joe and Joey are busy processing the deer they shot. Joey is unstoppable - with 2 more shot on Saturday.

Have a wonderful week. Joe and I ALWAYS reflect on how thankful and lucky we are....
I hope the same for you and yours.


Anonymous said...

This is one of the hot men you are meeting for breakfast on Black Friday. I am wishing you and your family a happy Thanksgiving.

Haberdashery said...

Love the EZ hat do you have a tutorial on how to do it? Hats like that are quite expensive on malls so doing it yourself might be a better idea.