In Which The Bug Gets Crafty, And Other Stuff
So yesterday I didn’t get home from church until 4:00 or so (the wee solo went just ok – I’m no Whitney Houston, but I’m no Roseanne Barr either). And today has been extra busy. This means that I’ve read about four blogs since Friday and it looks like I won’t get caught up anytime soon because I’m starting a new hobby.
This weekend I randomly decided to start relearning how to crochet. My goal is to make a dishcloth, because my source for them has left the family & mine are getting a wee bit tattered.
And why can’t I just pick up my crochet hook and do it myself? As the Crochet Queen Robin says, “How hard can it be?” Indeed. We’ll see how this goes.
|I was playing around on Saturday - all I had was this burlap twine. I have real yarn today after a trip to Michael's.|
Don’t Feed the Pixies has asked about the goose that lives with the Tax Time Pig. To be quite frank, I didn’t realize until recently that she gets dressed in outfits that coordinate with the TTP’s outfits. I’m kind of slow that way. For example, you can see her head sticking up behind the TTP in this picture:
Here are a couple more:
Obviously, I need to do a better job of capturing the goose’s new look when I take TTP’s picture. So, what shall we call her? Any ideas?
Every time Dr. M sees the commercial for this product he howls: Magic Mesh – the Fast and Easy Way to Keep Fresh Air In and Bugs Out! I think I’m offended. Should I be?