In Which I Throw A Bunch Of Stuff Your Way

I missed my traditional weekend update, but working from home today made it feel like the weekend wasn’t over yet, so…there? I don’t know.


Crusoe the first is relaxing on the medium blockers. This is not a very stretchy stitch pattern so I want to make sure it’s going to fit before I go kitchenering any toes or starting any second socks or anything else foolish.

Zoe would like you to know that she is the most helpful of cats when there are socks to dry (even if she’s not sure why she’s only showing up in thumbnail form tonight).

And, as promised, I have more photos of my dinner as I continue to play around with my phone camera.

Tonight I made portabella paprikash over whole wheat egg noodles, which of course means this is happening in my head constantly now and I don’t know when it will stop:

Also: widgets! Check out that sexy sidebar! I had totes forgotten about goodreads before this weekend but I’m getting back into it a bit. Click my buttons, folks! Friend me! Tell me what you’re reading!!

6 thoughts on “In Which I Throw A Bunch Of Stuff Your Way

  1. The first picture looks like a giant sock next to a floor lamp when seen as a thumbnail. I was all excited that you were knitting sleeping bags. 🙂

  2. What is it about the mystic attraction of cats to wool? Dogs, I can understand – think sheepdogs, wolf inheritance, etc – but as far as I know cats have no herding instinct…

    Yours seems to be very well behaved though (at least in that shot). My mother’s William would have had one of those socks off behind the sofa and drooled all over it.

    1. Zoe’s never stolen my wool, so let’s hope it doesn’t escalate to that. She actually wasn’t interested in yarn a bit when I first came on the scene (she was my husband’s cat first), but I felt that cats MUST love yarn so I taught her how. May have been foolish of me. She mostly sits near or on it or chews on the ends of my straight needles when I knit. Just enough to let me know she’s there and COULD do anything she wanted with my yarn if I don’t behave.

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