Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Just Quickly Popping In...

Things are busy. Very busy.

Work is good. I was at a seminar this afternoon on changes to WCB regulations. Learned a bunch.

I realized this morning that I don't have my June socks completed for the sock a month kal (I'm not even done the leg of the second one. The only reason I'm panicking is because:

Saturday is going to be a non knitting day. My dad and I and Stu (when he wakes up) are all going to take part in changing my tie rods and ball joints on ma truck (that's not a typo btw. That's what I call it). I think I'm slightly more country than I'd intended.

Oh oh oh !!!!!! I almost forgot. I got my invite to Ravelry this morning. I was starting to wonder if I'd actually applied to join or if I had just imagined that I had. Seriously, I was having doubts.

The very last of my sweet georgia is up on eBay. I'm going to try to get back to my "knitting roots" by using less trendy/less expensive yarn. You know ---- doin' it for the knitting, not the shopping.

Anyhoo---I'm starving and I have a ton of knitting to do! Wish me luck!

Hoping everyone's well, and your week is going quickly. I can't wait for the long weekend (Canada Day).

Happy Knitting!

(seriously though, I think I may need a support group for all the exclamation points I use)

4 comments:

Ilix said...

Good, a long weekend, and try to knit anyway! (I am off to the Williams Lake Stampede this weekend) YAY!!
Enjoy your long wwekend!

Knitting Bandit said...

Yea for Ravelry! You'll love it! I got my invite two weeks ago. You go ahead and use those exclamation points. I know how you feel--I'm always backtracking and deleting exclamations.(We can't help we're so excited and happy). Comma's too. I use too many comma's!

www.knittingnutter.com said...

Yey for Ravelry. I saw you added me to your friends, your now in mine too. Good luck with the truck tinkering.

Lorena said...

Ah, I'm jealous of your Ravelry invite! I know mine should come any day now, but still. Le Sigh. I know it's going to be worth the wait, though!

And be sure to sneak in a little knitting time, it's good for the soul. :-)