Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Oh the injustice...

I don't mind if my skull ends up on a shelf as long as it's got my name on it. --Debbie Harry

Last night was certainly a productive one for knitting. I'm now 3 rows into the skull pattern portion of my bag. Acid green skulls, no less. I'm not really digging the very long floats between the skulls. The inside of this bag is going to be very messy indeed. If I like the finished bag enough, I might just wind up lining the thing.

As I was knitting along I felt that the blues and greens needed a bit of punch. David made a grimacy face when I fearlessly grabbed the orange. I'm trusting my own instincts with this one though. After all, it's a bag for me so no one else has to love it. I think the Cascade Quattro is going to look pretty nifty when it's felted.

Rob and Amber were indeed robbed on the Amazing Race. I'm convinced that when they were on the final plane to the final pit stop all by themselves and were about to handily just win the thing outright the producers realized it wouldn't be very exciting if that happened, so they had their sponsers American Airlines hold the plane for Uchenna and Joyce. The damn walkway was already moved away from the plane! Since when does a pilot decide at that point to just linger around and let a couple more people on? Never ever. Such bullshit.


At 5:36 PM, Blogger Tom said...

I don't know, I had a plane in China hold for 20 minutes for only a couple of people once.
But that was bullshit too.

At 8:22 PM, Blogger Leah said...

Lisa you are so far along!! You are gonna be half finished before I start! :)

Actually I just finished up a purse I needed as a gift & am casting on tonight! WOO HOO!

Yours looks great! I love the orange stripe!

At 11:15 PM, Blogger Lisa said...

I can't wait to see your progress pics, Leah.

Don't worry, I've got some flip flops to make for a swap and a CD to craft for another swap, so I'm sure you'll have plenty of time to catch up. :)


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