Sunday, November 06, 2005

Chapter 2: The Yellow Lacey Baby Blanket
I am really actually only working on one project at a time and progress is being made! Great inspiration has come to me from Kelly (of Kelly's, Picton, Ontario) who, when I called this week to ask if she could make me some bags, promised them for next week! Impressive. I too, can surely apply myself in some way to craftasks. Sometimes I think I should move to somewhere pretty like Prince Edward County and spend my life sewing and crocheting. But then I might go completely mad if I wasn't rushing around doing stuff like directing Christmas pageants...

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Chapter 1: The Knitted Scarf

I have decided to systematically finish all the gabillions of craft projects I have started but tragically cast aside. As most of them are gifts, the people who will be eventual recipients are more than welcome to trundle along and enjoy the (slow) progress! Thus far in my 'crafting journey' (oooh buzzwords make me cringe!) I have completed 1. Fuzzy Orangey-Red Knitted Scarf for my friend Ghenette. Pictures to follow. Perhaps I will convince her to model it for the webcam at work. On to Chapter 2. The Yellow Crocheted Baby Blanket!

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Personality Transplants?

I'm sorry West Wing season 6, "I'm just not that into you."

Saturday, May 21, 2005

Googlewhack this!

So I tried out a little googlewhacking (only one result) and succeeded! Only trouble is, apparently the dictionary they use is not up on its theological vocab!
Words that worked on Google were not recognized by the whackionary. The words I used (now useless to you) are: circumincession (the reciprocal existence in each other of the three persons of the Trinity) and shinier. Both very real words. One result. No whack. I give up.

Monday, May 16, 2005

What is your least favourite colour?

Mine is beige. Ew. Followed closely by teal, aka "the colour that doesn't match anything".

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

OK, OK, It's been a while!

I have a very funny dog tale but that will have to wait ntil tomorrow. For now I would just like to point out the humour/irony that is UW distance ed. I was checking out the history courses available through distance ed...and yes, Mennonite history is the only one that is available online!

Friday, March 11, 2005

Happy Songs!

Making a new playlist of happy, happy songs. You know the ones where all of a sudden everyone is smiling and bobbing their heads like the Partridge family. The ones that just make you skip down the street.

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