Thu, 26 October 2006
I think I promised you pics of a skull jacket that I knit. I forgot to mention that my 17 hour sojurn did give me the time to finish the baby hoodie. The carpet under the jacket, just so you know, is the floor of the Samsung Comfort Room at the Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport.
Very comforting, no?
Here's the front.
Here's the back.
Ain't that grand?
Next week, SOAR audio (if there's a high-speed port) and after that, HENRY JAMES! The time has finally come!
Thu, 19 October 2006
Skeeter Syndrome, and why I hate reserchers...well...not hate...but really strongly prefer the applied sciences...
Allergic reaction to mosquito bites identified for first time—"skeeter syndrome"
The SCA has my hat (I think)!
Maybe I should engage in Guerrilla Knitting?
Governess Gone Goth
Orange Juice Carton Basket
But more importantly:
Why don't the folks on Survivor start studying how to do this THE SECOND they send their application in???
Cheap sock blockers for those of us with less dough than fiber.
Tucson, Meet Yourself! No, meet YOUR self. No really, meet...em...the food was great.
And, importantly, I promised you Hessians. So here:
Thu, 12 October 2006
Learn the origins of the name "Tarrytown"
listen to Geoffrey Crayon's Sketchbook.
You should also check out Diedrich Knickerbocker's History of New York!
Meet my man Irving (aka "Mr. Knickerbocker"...).
And his spectacularly (self-)designed home on the Hudson.
Someday plan to take advantage of the Legend.
Imagine yourself as part of the Hudson River School which I had no time to talk about but will try to get to next week.
And a little on the Mather Boys, Increase and Cotton (who NAMES these people?!) and their attitudes towards Witchcraft.
The DomiKNITtrix's spectacularly appropriate skull pattern (which is free for a bit longer).
A non-Socks-That-Rock club--NAYY but it looks nice!
And a nice theory/site for socks. They're gorgeous and there's something about not-quite-matched socks that appeals to the eccentric in me...
"Mismatched with Care in Vermont"
I love that.
And once again
Thank you Heidi for goodie box! My 2-1/2 year old must march every day to "76 Trombones". Thank you so much!
Wed, 4 October 2006