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2005-11-17 1:59 PM
A Little Bit of Everything
Wed Nov 16 - Isn't the internet fun? Oolong, the rabbit.
For those of you who are keeping track: I was remarkably restrained and only read one month's worth of Yarn Harlot today. Really. And it took two sittings! I read April 1-12, set aside a bookmark, and over dinner came back and finished April 13-end of April. Yay me, I showed harlotty restrait. (And harlotty vocabulary is seeping into my brain, but I completely blame Stephanie. I also blame her if I end up taking up knitting amongst all my other favorite crafts and projects. It does finally give me a use for all the spinning I do. And it is most certainly her fault if I start dreaming of spinning on a wheel
I'm probably buying her books sometime very soon. Be worried. Be very worried.
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So I came in to work at 3 pm after my lovely lunch with the Grandparents. Around 9 pm I thought, "Hmm, I'll probably wrap it up around 10 pm." Around 10:15 I noticed that I was starting to hit a groove and a second wind. Around 11:45 I thought, "Gee, I really ought to go now," and managed to be on the road a tiny bit after midnight. You've got to love those second winds!
(And I snuck in about another 12 days of Yarn Harlot, May 2005 archives. Can you really blame me? I was on a roll. *hee hee*)
Thu Nov 17 - It's a complete mystery how I found myself bookmarking July as the next archive to read. I specifically remember being very disciplined today and not spending inordinate amounts of time reading Yarn Harlot archives. I most certainly do not remember pausing to read two and a half months worth. The time-space continuum is seriously warped today.
Speaking of time/space, I think I'm going to need to warp quite a bit of it today. First, leaving work at midnight didn't seem to phase me at all last night, and even though my boss gasped at my silliness, I thought it was completely normal. [I really have been single for waaaay too long. Really.] And the alarms going off (yes, plural) between 4 am and 6 am didn't seem out of place, but getting up didn't seem possible until at least after 7 or 7:15 am. Maybe 7:30, but who's counting?
[I know. It's a Very Good Thing™ that I'm still single, because what person in their right mind wants to be sleeping comfortably in a bed with me, while I non-chalantly keep hitting snooze on the
Where was I? Oh right. I got up
(And I'm certain no one would dream of suggesting that I took time to read the Yarn Harlot after a successful working lunch, since clearly I deserved a relaxing read-over-food lunch.)
Tonight I'm headed to the studio, when at 10 pm I will attempt to warp the time-space continuum once more today, jet up to
Wish me luck, dearies.
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New Artists/Music That I Like: Tanya Donelly, Melissa Ferrick
Today's Achievement Towards My Dreams: New: This one is based on a recent entry by Dayle. Successful people not only have a dream, but they do something daily to make it happen. I have several dreams and quite a few projects and goals in my life. So I'm going to track whether I've done anything toward them, daily. Today: Mailing a CD to a new fan in Switzerland, making a postcard to promote our show on Dec 3. This is part of the "be a professional, or highly successful amateur, musician" dream.
Today's Blessing That I'm Thankful For: Theresa, for knowing how to both make me laugh and inspire me to knit gorgeous period coptic beauties some day, and teaching me how to make knitting needles by hand.
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