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Monthly Archives: October 2008

The Ubiquitous…

Written on October 31, 2008 at 11:12 am, by | 3 Comments

I am horribly unoriginal lately. Not only are the 3 projects I’m working on about the 3 most common knitting projects EVER, but I can’t even come up with an original word to describe how un-original they are. “Ubiquitous” seems to be more common in the knit-o-sphere lately than even “Rhinebeck” in mid-October… You’ve already  Continue Reading »

Inevitable

Written on October 29, 2008 at 1:11 pm, by | 3 Comments

(In which I try to be interesting, but eventually end up talking about pregnancy, again.) This little alcove is just next to my office building – what you see is actually the back corner of a courtyard, nestled in between 2 tall buildings, with wrought iron cafe tables on cobblestones and a beautiful waterfall backdrop.  Continue Reading »

Preparations

Written on October 27, 2008 at 1:31 pm, by | 6 Comments

First off, let me tell you all how much I enjoyed and appreciated reading your comments about Pickles being breech. I’m generally not on email during the weekend, and it was fun to read through everything with my coffee this morning. As of this morning (when we saw a freakishly clear outline of him when  Continue Reading »

Turn Baby, Turn

Written on October 24, 2008 at 3:14 pm, by | 21 Comments

Sorry, this ultrasound is from 3 weeks ago. They couldn’t get a good face picture today, he wasn’t really cooperating. We’re getting close people. I’m 34.5 weeks, and for those of you keeping score at home, we are a mere 2 weeks away from being considered Full Term. I had a couple of doctor’s appointments  Continue Reading »

Nesting

Written on October 22, 2008 at 4:21 pm, by | 4 Comments

For the past 8 months, I’ve been hearing about “Nesting”, and how as I get closer and closer to having this baby I’ll be overcome with the urge to do wacky things like iron socks and scrub walls… the product of (wacked out) biological impulses to prepare for this baby. Supposedly, the more wacked out,  Continue Reading »

Sheep Make Me Happy

Written on October 20, 2008 at 5:44 pm, by | 2 Comments

Rhinebeck always has the potential to being crazily overwhelming. Tons of people, tons of vendors, lots of meetups, never enough time to do it all. But this year? This year was perfect. I spent Friday and Saturday nights curled up in an armchair surrounded by good friends, knitting, spinning, and catching up. Like SPA without  Continue Reading »

T minus 2

Written on October 15, 2008 at 4:28 pm, by | 3 Comments

When in doubt, post yarn. Yarn.  Pretty Pretty Yarn. My first shipment from Sundara’s Seasons club.  The colorway is Roasted Persimmon over Green Papaya and the crappy light (I tried, I really did, but I spend almost all the daylight hours in an office building, or en route to/from said office building) does not do  Continue Reading »

Blankets, Binkies, and Boppies

Written on October 13, 2008 at 11:31 am, by | 5 Comments

Thank god today is a bank holiday/partial staffing day, because I am a baggy-eyed pregnant zombie this morning.  We had the most wonderful weekend up in Massachusetts – my mother went all out and threw us a co-ed tailgating themed baby shower, complete with football toss and cornhole competitions, a life-sized fathead of Tom Brady,  Continue Reading »

Indecision

Written on October 10, 2008 at 12:43 pm, by | 2 Comments

I’ve been working on the ubiquitous February Lady Sweater on and off for months.  There was something about the Malabrigo with the Denise circulars that just wasn’t working for me… actually, let me be blunt, it was hurting the hell out of my hands.  The Malabrigo just did NOT want to slide smoothly over the  Continue Reading »

An Excursion

Written on October 9, 2008 at 6:53 pm, by | 2 Comments

To celebrate the arrival of my new camera, and the completion of the Endpaper Mitts, I took them down to Rockefeller Center for a little photo shoot.  It was a great idea, if I do say so myself:  it was a gorgeous autumn day, and only a short walk from my office.  Bonus points for choosing a location where  Continue Reading »