The Duke of Curl (sitting nearby at the kids’ ‘puter): “It’s not that hard.”
Me: “Really?! Can you do it?”‡
Me: “Then how do you know it isn’t hard?”
Him: “If you can teach it to hillbillies, it can’t be that hard…” ‡‡
‡ He has taught himself how to do Tibetan throat singing. WONDERFULLY weird.
‡‡I come from a long line of Northern hillbillies, known as “townies”, and even though he doesn’t like it when I say so in this context, Studmuffin’s family is from West Virginia, he himself was born in WV and his parents are first cousins by marriage. Plus we have had – for months – a non-working car in the yard. It isn’t up on blocks, though…..
My little knitting group hasn’t been meeting regularly, but 3/4ths of the group did get out this past week and it was lovely to see them. One of the the 2 ladies with the same first name, who now has the blog nickname of “SaTwo”, was delighted to show me a “yarn crime”, reminding me in the process that it’s been AGES since I did a yarn crime post. Duly noted and I’ll get right on it…perhaps for Hallowe’en or sometime in November….. Here’s what she showed me:
I drew the black marks -fyi. I love this designer most of the time, but this time…..no. Just no. I asked the Duke of Curl for a caption, he said, “Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh….. sick boots.”
Have a lovely weekend and very happy birthdays going out to ALL the friends and family having October birthdays. 🙂