The past two days have been hectic and over-filled with "have-tos" and "must-dos" and I brought a sackful of knitting home because the good camera is back, and I want to spend tomorrow showing y'all what's new/odd/different in the shop. The man says it works just fine, and I didn't get charged for the repair, though if you factor in the cheapie camera and sd card, I'm out 130.oo. We never did get that crappy little Polaroid working, but the Vista interferes mightily with installing apparatus (why isn't it apparati?). Anyhow, there are bits and bobs you'll want to see... I will show. Be here tomorrow, around one, EST.
There is nothing blog-worthy to note. We did not drown in last night's storms, though new-knitter Mandi (like a Barbie doll, but funner)was just as freaked out as I was. I got home by following telephone poles, at about 15 mph, through sheeting rain and the fog you could chew. Several times I felt the pull of the water rushing across the roads, one field's soil dumping into another along the way. It almost took the fun out of knit night, but we had such a fun group, it wasn't spoiled by the creepy drive home. I could do with a little less excitement next time, though. I'd better be off of here now, as the wind is picking up and we're forecasted to have snow... and it was almost in the sixties the past two days. Flu weather. Don't touch your face in public, keep the Lysol wipes handy, and take your Zinc. And come back for a photo-shoot, live from Clementine's... tomorrow. Perhaps that vacation-taking strumpet will be back as well. We shall see. C