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February 26, 2010


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You know, I never imagined you as someone who had something as indulgent as a stash of yarn. I always pictured you working on a project, finishing the project, then going on to procure yarn for the next project. Perhaps that is because most of my stash has come into being because I have well-intentioned projects that never came to pass because another project (or twelve)came along and usurped its place in line. I am delighted to know that you have a stash, too.

What is your Ravelry name? I'd love to see the projects you've completed!

Aww, thanks for the mention! You don't need to comment back anymore.

Congratulations on the scheduled date, dissertation sent, and everything. I'm really, really happy for you! You totally deserve it! And yes, you don't ever want to get a phd in the humanities. I don't think any sane people with their wits about them should :-).

Anyway... congrats on all the knitting too. I could never do that either. :-(

As for the messy house, mine is not in much better shape, believe me. And if this is any consolation, I have only two kids. :-)

Have a wonderful weekend!

It was freshly caught Cornish pixies that caused all the mayhem. Hermione used a freezing spell, which the movie rendered as "Immobilus!"

I've often wished it worked on my boys, or the dog.

Congratulations on being one step closer.

I'm mostgladly on Ravelry, mostgladly on Twitter. See you there!

I don't have a big stash of yarn I've bought myself -- I have yarn purchased for 4 or 5 non-sock projects and something under a kilo of waiting sock yarn. But my mother gave me a yarn club membership for Christmas and those 100g hanks of sportweight had been niggling at me. Pretty colors, but what to do with them??

What takes up as much space as the yarn awaiting my attention is the odds and ends from old projects. Someday I'll wind up doing one of those crazy sock yarn afghans.

Very glad to hear that your time is spent with frivolous, unjustifiable pretty yarn-things. Me, I organized all the cut out recipes and made complicated multi-step meals in the post-partum weeks. Kind of the same, no? Anyway, evidently we're happy to hear you yammering...

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