I've been.. busy, and then yesterday I was avoiding getting on any site I actually care about. Why risk the nastys that are floating around the intarwebs. (considering we've been dealing with a nasty virus at work, and it's not that conficker thing, I just again don't want it on my comp at home.)
I've been working on a "Seaweed Shrug" as I've been calling it..
Not a good photo, but you can at least see why I've been calling it the sea weed shrug.
This photo is from a few days ago, and it's at least 3 feet longer by now. Okay, mayhaps not that much.. but darn near close. I will of course have photos of the finished product.
Also on the knitting front, I am opening up a little give away.
I originally posted it on my facebook, but I've gotten no one to actually follow the rules. I might give them something anyways, if I can't get 5 people to pay it forward on their own.
I'm feeling crafty.....so I think this one will work out fine
The first five (5) people to respond to this post will get something made by me. (You do not have to have been tagged.) This offer does have some restrictions and limitations so please read carefully: HECK I MAY JUST SEND TO ALL THAT POST A COMMENT :)
1. I make no guarantees that you will like what I make. Whatcha get is whatcha get.
2. What I create will be just for you, with love.
3. It'll be done this year (2009).
4. I will not give you any clue what it's going to be. It will be something made in the real world and not something cyber. It may be weird or beautiful. It may be baked goods.
5.I reserve the right to do something extremely strange, if inspired to do so.
6. In return, all you need to do is post this text into a note of your own and make something for me and the first 5 to respond to your note.
7. Send me your mailing address if you don't live close to me!
IMPORTANT: This offer is at your discretion but I would like to think null and void if I do not see you post your own note to pay this forward
I am rather tired this morning as it started snowing yesterday. What was supposed to be flurries was as ferocious as the blizzard we had.
So this morning something woke me up before my alarm.. might have been my internal alarm that i set last night, and also my cat helped wake me up. That meant I was out of bed when I my first alarm went off at 4:30.
I was dressed and downstairs 10 minutes later brushing off my car. Thankfully the snow stopped, but it was nothing but ice on the streets.
Had to stop and get gas, because I was not going to deal with trecherous driving on a nearly empty tank. Nope.. thats just asking to get stuck somewhere and not being able to run your car every 10 minutes for warmth because you ran out of a gas after the second "gotta keep warm" segment.
I got to work by 5:30, but I took it slow and steady the entire time. Yeah, a few red lights happened while I was still going through the intersection, but any cop would see that there was no way I could have stopped and I was already half way through the intersection before it went red.
Today is going to be a long day no matter what the call volume is like. Just because I'm so very tired.
Yesterday was odd... it was the first time in a long time where I didn't talk to Guy at all (when I wasn't upset with him.)
I wasn't on any real chatting sites or anything that could snag my info, and he was also at a Rugby match (right? I can't recall if it was Football or rugby) in Bath.
Which accordingly to the email I got this morning, Bath is now on one of the lists of "It'd be nice to move here." From what I've seen in photos and such like that, yes I would enjoy Bath a lot. So I'm not opposed to the idea. It's very Roman in the archtecture and just.. beautiful. I can't wait to someday visit.
Had some unpleasentness at work the past few days, but it's been resolved, and in the end I was doing my job as I was told to do it. So.. *shrugs* it's all good and my manager backed me up on it.
I guess I'm done rambling for now..
Bed book: Mirror, Mirror by Gregory McGuire
Couch book: Unusual Suspects - (Sookie Stackhouse short story is in it)
Purse book: the unchanging - Peshawar Lancers