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what am I doing here?

in which susan proceeds to get caffienated and knit all day. if only I could get paid to drink coffee and knit... that would so be the shiz-knit.

what the hail?

look at what happened in my backyard today. it was a day filled with crazy weather - crazy (but fun!) for this part of california, anyway. I picked up a few hail pellets to show isa and she promptly ate them. she's always had a good appetite.

case in point, one of her favorite toys these days is my ipod. which is good, since I pretty much never use it - at least it can bring entertainment to someone. she gets really excited when the backlight comes on and bops her head along with pretty much any song. unfortunately, the little speaker attachment has apparently been deemed "tasty snack" and has been saturated with a good helping of isa-love. it stopped working after a few too many chompings and is now airing out on the table. I hope there isn't any permanent damage.

after a few false starts, I finally managed to do one whole pattern repeat of the first layer of the trim for butterfly! at this point, it feels like this is going to take forever and it looks pretty sad, but I guess this is my first real lace project... I just gotta get past the trim (which I suspect will pick up speed soon enough) and then I think I'll be in the clear. the pattern for the body looks super easy. and I'm really excited about someday maybe finishing it! in the meantime, I should get back to isa's sweater, lest it get neglected again. this is how's it's been looking for the last few days. it says "gimme some lovin', lazybutt!" alright, already... so demanding...

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  • Blogger aija says so:
    5:16 PM  

    Such a cute pic of your little one... mine loves anything with buttons & noise too :) top