Yikes!

21 October, 2006 at 5:30 pm (Uncategorized)

I’m so behind.

This is my knitting schedule as it stands right now.  I know, it doesn’t look like much.

As of today, however, I have completed ONE (yes, just ONE) sock, for the entire month of Socktober.

(please excuse the dog’s head…he couldn’t understand why he wasn’t outside…)

I’m terrible with knitting schedules.  They never work out.  Why do I bother?

This means my goal is to have the second cashmere sock (currently just past the gusset) and an additional pair (from a “mystery” pattern, to fulfill Mystery KAL as well as my Socktoberfest goal) by the 31st.  I should also be doing something with Tubey…and my IHS… Of course, I also have a researched paper and a philo presentation due by the 31st.  It’s going to be a fun next ten days.

[blogstalking photos]  (um…they were here…I don’t know what happened…they’ll be back up as soon as I can find them :S)

So, I’m going to get back to knitting.  I’ve been updating regularly, though!  See???

P.S. HEY!  I’ve got a question I figure maybe someone who stumbles here can answer – I got my Palm (a Tungsten T5) up and running, and I’ve been transfering all my documents with Documents to Go.  It worked great up until this morning when I moved my Stash workbook.  The first two columns of the first sheet are missing on the Palm.  Any advice?

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Yep…

15 October, 2006 at 5:22 pm (electronica, yarn)

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Blog: Take 2

9 October, 2006 at 12:07 pm (knitting, RAK, spinning, swaps, yarn)

I think I hate blogger. It discourages me from blogging. So, we’re giving wordpress a try. So far, I like it.

Where have I been? Well, not far, mostly here, actually. Classes are going okay, although I think the novelty of college has finally worn off. I’ve been searching for a new job (because if I don’t move out of my parent’s house, I may hurt somebody), but have been unsucessful thus far. My current job is running me ragged – in the past few months I’ve gone from being a clerk to being everybody’s understudy, and taking over tasks as co-workers quit or cut back on their work loads. The parents’ store isn’t going so well. They remain optimistic, but after four months or so, they’re having to borrow money from me and sell things just to keep the doors open (I believe the average day’s sales amount to something like $10…).

Now, onto the knitting content.

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