I shoud clarify, as I’m still catching upon my comments… the handwritten list was one item per line, but not every other line. And it was a full-sized piece of paper, not a smaller journal page. And yes, college-ruled. But I will not be beaten by the twin enemies of finishing, discouragement and overwhelmedness. While
I made a list of my WIPs. A page and a half later, I felt slightly overwhelmed and maybe a little lightheaded/depressed. Maybe my addiction isn’t so much yarn as it is starting projects. Anyone know a good way to get hooked on finishing things? My consolation came yesterday. I decided to do a stash
I’ve always loves alpacas for their fleece. Let’s be honest. I’ve been using them. I wouldn’t have known an alpaca from a musk ox in a dark alley. (Okay, it’d have to be really dark…) But I finally got my chance to meet my fleecy benefactors in person. You see, we in Salt Lake, privileged
So, I have a co-worker whose mom works in our company as well and and she frequents my most local yarn shop. When I was last at the MLYS I was talking to the owner, and she was telling me that the mom had come in with her son not that long before. Since my
Here’s thing… when I singed up for Secret Pal 5 I told the nice lady that I speak French, but since then I’m not sure if my secret pal speaks French or English. So, just to cover all of my bases I’ve included the questionnaire in both languages. Tomorrow we will return to our regularly
This one’s for Kimi, I know you know this one.
My cousin told me that a great thing to do for seasonal allergies is to get locally grown (grown?) honey. Maybe this will reduce my ripping. <sigh> I wish our farmer’s market started this weekend so that I could also get some yarn from a local spinner that sells there, Spinderella. (No relation to Salt