Today's SMA award goes to Robin. Robin came in for the earlier part of the day, to hang with me, but mostly to meet Thimbleanna. I need to preface the rest of this paragraph with the following statement: At no time were any children in danger, or at risk of bodily harm, and the nature of the neglect is to be considered, well, negligible. It could happen to anybody. Today it just happened to happen to Eli. Today must have been an uber-busy day for 'Boris' and his offspring, because he brought the kids into the shop and rushed out the door, hurrying to get to the only paying gig this household knows. As it happens, we still have a two-year-old in diapers 1.) because we are lazy and 2.) I refuse to spend part or all of any of my days left on this Earth waiting for a kid to poop or pee "on the potty". We have five children. Four of them are not wearing diapers. Obviously my method works eventually. The downside to having kids at the shop is occasionally they need things brought from home. Things like diapers. I'm not gigging the man because he didn't bring any today; he usually never does. It's just today Eli managed to pee out of his diaper and that wonderful Robin ran to the store for another package. How cool is she? I know, right? So, actually she didn't just save my "arse", she saved Eli's, too. Would that make it an SEA award, instead? Dunno, but she's deserving something... maybe yarn?
Thimbleanna showed some interest in magic loop, and perhaps toe-ups. Gaylen, do you feel compelled to
Okay, I have to go into the kitchen and magic up some grub... tonight's special is "tater-tot casserole", for which the man has already browned the meat. No pink squirrel in the mail today. Yes, I am pouting, but there's always tomorrow, and we're waiting on fabric and the Rowan order as well. Lots to look forward to. Latah, knittas. C