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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.


hello, world! where have I been? amazing how little blogging and knitting gets done when one has a real job, huh? I feel I should have so much to write about, but I'm at a total loss. maybe if I just keep babbling away, something will come to me. either that, or I'll end up with a really long, rambling blog entry that will put y'all to sleep. that's if there even is an "all" anymore... is anyone still there? anyone? hello?

so, yeah... let's see... I got into ravelry and just managed to figure out how to use it. haha! I'm so tech-stupid sometimes. that, and that whole not being able to read properly thing. at any rate, I'm starting to discover just how incredibly cool it is! and it's just what I need - one more thing to keep me from doing actual knitting. I'm reminded of how I totally made fun of wendy that one time when she told me she kept all her yarns and patterns in a spreadsheet... and then I realized that I was actually really jealous. I want a spreadsheet! and now I can even have a little pdf chart of my needles. how exciting is that?

oh, but the most exciting part is that I discovered someone actually knit my glove pattern! I didn't really think anyone would, and I am just beside myself! and it actually came out looking like a glove. amazing! the bad news is that somehow the link died. I need to get my friend who was hosting it to fix things, but he's out of the country right now.

also, while I was away from blogland, isa turned 2. where did the time go?? remember this?

yeah... that was then, this is now. crazy, eh?

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  • Blogger  says so:
    4:02 PM  

    Little squishy babies! Okay, she's not a baby now, but that's not the point.

    Ravelry is awesome, and I agree, it's so exciting that you might actually forget to knit. top

  • Anonymous mel says so:
    9:46 AM  

    hey susan! congrats on someone knitting your pattern! you're famous! ;) I'm currently knitting this: http://jesshutch.com/gallery02.html for a friend of mine who is pregnant. I might have to make myself one, too (I'm not pregnant...I just like it.) hehe... top