Thursday, March 15, 2007

Happy Ides of March

Brucie, that a real greeting? I'm making it one!

Sorry I have been slacking in the blog department. My internet connection hasn't been the best. But that's all behind us now, and I'm coming to visit in exactly 9 days, and (hopefully) Alena will be there too! Hooray!! We're gonna have so much fun, and make so many drunk dials to senior officials in the Bush administration.....

"Hey Rovey! I was just calling to see if I could borrow your favorite outfit! Call me back."

I have a cat-a-day calendar on my desk, and today's cat has 7 toes on each front paw. It's creepy. And the scary part is, I think I saw the same cat on Stuff on my cat! I'm more than a little bit disturbed by the fact that I seem to be at the point in my crazy cat lady-ness that I recognize stranger's cats from the internet. On the other hand, that cat's thumbs are pretty scary looking, like evolution is speeding up. Just saying.

Also, not to complain about the weather in one more post, but what the fuck? It was in the 60s and (gasp) 70s the last two days, and I woke up this morning to a snow-covered car. I guess this is winter's last chance to stick it to us before next Wednesday. But still! No wonder I had a massive headache all day yesterday. Well, that and because I was trying to cut back on coffee and I limited myself to just one cup. I'm never making that mistake again, no sir.

In knitting news, remember that post I made where I freaked out about gague? Turns out my gague isn't huge per se, it just fluctuates wildly from one project to the next...or, as the case may be, from the left hand glove to the right hand glove.

That's right. It's not a camera trick. I have since unraveled "big lefty," and he's now a little ball of yarn. Maybe I'll finish this pair of gloves in time for one last morning of scraping snow off my car. Maybe.


1 comment:

Libby said...

I liked Big Lefty. You shouldn't have unraveled him. You should have just started working out your left hand with those hand exercisers, and getting it all beefed up.