A number of weeks ago I was on the phone with Cara. Who knows what we were talking about (probably the beauty of my pugs), but suddenly I said, “Does Vicki have a dog? I think she does. I always forget about that dog.” and then we talked about Vicki some more. ; )
Well, yesterday the three of us were on the phone and I hear Vicki whispering in the background and asking the dog if it needed to go out. I confessed how I can never remember if she’s even got a dog (she said she cant’ either!) etc. and I told her I was going to start a blog ring and possibly a Ravelry group – Does Vicki Have a Dog?
In the interests of fairness, here is a peek at a member of my household that gets little to no blog coverage.
Nick the Cat. He’s evil.
Just in time for Easter – a quiz!!
What obsolete skill are you?
You are ‘programming in QBASIC’. This programming language (of which the acronym stands for ‘Quick Beginners’ All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code’), which is so primitive that it cannot easily be used for any purpose involving the Internet nor even sound, was current more than a decade ago.You are independent, in a good way. When something which you need cannot be found, you make it yourself. In writing and in talking with people, you value clarity and precision; your friends may not realize how important that is. When necessary, you are prepared to be a mediator in conflicts between your friends. You are very rational, and you think of things in terms of logic and common sense. Unfortunately, your emotionally unstable friends may be put off by your devotion to logic; they may even accuse you of pedantry and insensitivity. Your problem is that programming in QBASIC has been obsolete for a long time.
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Regina & John
they’re in love
[thanks Regina! I love them!]
It’s been a busy week around here! I have been putting in extra hours at the shop, visiting brand new babies and knitting of course! Sadly, I have no pictures of the knitting. I do however have a picture that I find particularly thrilling.
isn’t that just a dishcloth?
While it may seen like a humble dishcloth, this dishcloth stands apart. This dishcloth was knit by one of the gals that made dishcloths cool again! It’s my good dishcloth. Even though I am using it and not framing it, I don’t put it through the same rigors as the others. This one will never clean up the spilled coffee grounds! It’s practically the church clothes of dishcloths!
other things that are thrilling …… I have recently been introduced to the particular pleasure that is In Treatment and the thrill that is Gabriel Byrne. sigh.
other pleasures? today is Margene’s birthday – go drop her a line!