Tag! You're It! And a little yarn porn...
Seven Things To Do Before I Die
1. See the Taj Mahal.
2. Spend a year on a Greek Island.
3. See the Egyptian Pyramids.
4. Write the great American novel.
5. Spend a year in Ireland.
6. Spend a year in Scotland.
7. Wonder why the 7 things to do before I die all involve being in other places, either physically or mentally.
Seven Things I Cannot Do:
2. Speak Greek or Latin.
3. Figure out what I want to be when I grow up.
4. Make whipped cream.
5. Write the great American novel.
6. Knit socks.
7. Manage not to get lost.
Seven Things That Attract Me to… Australia
1. Those people can drink, and drink well.
2. It's beautiful. The length and breadth of the entire country. Beautiful.
3. The Great Barrier Reef
5. Coober Pedy.
6. The friendliest, kindest people.
7. Fascinating history.
Seven Things I Say
1. May I help you?
2. Is that everything?
3. Of course you can be the Black Dragon superhero when you grow up!
4. Just one more row.
5. Did I say that out loud?
6.You want me to knit you what?!?!
7. I’m lost.
Seven Good Books
1. The Beekeepers Apprentice by Laurie R. King
2. Still Life with Crows by Preston & Child
3. Godstalk by PC Hodgell
4. Quartzsite Trip by William Hogan
5. Old Yeller by Fred Gipson
6. A Kiss of Shadows by Laurell K Hamilton
7. Jackaroo by Cynthia Voigt
Seven Good Movies:
1) The Secretary
2) Sex, Lies, and Videotape
3) Torch Song Trilogy
7) Rocky Horror Picture Show
Seven Blogs to Tag
ok, now I have had several of you who asked me just HOW do you know if you have been tagged: this is how you know it:
And in no particular order,
And because I don’t think any of those people actually READ my blog:
7) Anyone who DOES read my blog
haha!! Tag, you're it!!
There's an awful lot of knitting news this month, isn't there? I just hope next month isn't deserted wasteland of nothing new on the knitting front.
I bought another storage bin, and a new notebook for the patterns I keep trying to stuff in a smaller notebook. And there's a new knitting store in town! Well, okay, in the county - close enough. I don't have to drive more than an hour to find a knitting store!!!! You have no idea how excited I am, and how very, very, very happy this makes me. She's got quite some nice yarns, and some good magazines. Some nice patterns knit up as samples. And everyone so friendly, it's like coming home. Or at least, coming somewhere where the people actually LIKE you and don't merely tolerate you, at best. So it's not really like home. Knitters truly are kind-hearted. I bought some malabrigo in a stony blue. Mmmmm. Because I need something to put in the new bin. But it's quite lovely, and soft. And of course, I have NO project in mind for it. But I've got five skeins of it!!