Monday, September 3, 2007

Have you ever......

Have you ever swam in the ocean? Have you ever gone skiing? Have you ever been to another country? How about, have you ever started knitting your heel turning BEFORE your darn heel flap? So, after yesterday afternoon, I can now answer "yes" to ALL of these questions darnit! Can you believe I did that? I'm just knitting along and then all of the sudden I'm thinking "This does not seem right for some reason.". Well DUH! It's because you forgot the heel flap completely! So, FROG on the sock. Now I think we are back in business and I am knitting the heel flap - Gee, what a concept.

OK - I promised you pictures of the shot glass shelf - here it is! What do you think? I was actually surprised that there is room for more! If you go anyplace exotic, mail me a shot glass will ya?


Finally they can be displayed after 5 years of exile. We have had a BUSY weekend doing all kinds of stuff around the house. We walked the dogs this morning and then Wayne made a great breakfast - Toad in the Hole - anyone heard of those? Then I trimmed bushes out front and Wayne finished up the shelf. Then we went and climbed Stone Mountain since it wasn't quite 100 degrees today. Then we came home and hung the shelf and put up all the shot glasses, then we went and stole beer out of our neighbor's Sweetwater Hummer keg!! :) I'm thinking we should sleep well tonight.

Yesterday, I gave the dogs a bath. After they get a bath they always run around like they are feeling great! I was laughing at them as they chased each other all over the yard after their bath. Slim was watching too. I'm sure he was thinking how stupid they are. Here's his vantage point.......




3 comments:

La said...

oh, man! No pictures of the cucockta'd heel?

Bummer. But sounds like you really REALLY wanted to knit the heel turns. Twice

La said...

uh, yeah, that should be Fucockta'd

theyarnwhisperer said...

Does your stepmom still have the alpaca shearings? I ordered a drop spindle today. When Steven and I went to the Powers Crossing festival there was a woman there who gave me a quick lesson on spinning.