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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Well then...

Things went poorly with the friend I mentioned the other day. I don't want to say too much, because it's not my story to tell, but I do feel that everyone who was involved in trying to help her did their best. It's out of our hands now.

I'm spending today around the house, trying to get stuff ready for a new project I'm working on, and doing some self-comforting things; sock knitting, reading to my kids. It's all good. Well, except I'm a little weirded out by the way the socks are turning out. I picked the yarn because it was fun with bright colors, but it's turning out to look like it represents a box of crayons. You can see the yarn here, it's the one called "Crazy Hot."

Ooh, and the girls and I are going tonight to listen to speakers from the Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society. Maya and Sage especially are really interested in this sort of thing, and I've always thought it was fascinating, so it should be a welcome distraction. And, it dovetails nicely with our trip to the Stanley Hotel earlier this month (pictures are coming!)

It's a beautiful day out there, and we're just going to enjoy it all :-)

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I'm sorry your socks look that way. Maybe one of the kids would like them? Or wear them anyway, we won't say anything.

and that paranormal place sounds fun. I hope you have a good time!
The paranormal place sounds like somewhere different

We would like to thank you for being part of the "Psychic" section of the lecture.

Bryan & Baxter
Renee, I figure I'm really the only one who cares what the socks look like, so I'm not too worried. I like the self-striping yarn better, though, and will stick to that in the future.

J-L P, it was great, you should have been there!

B&B, thanks that was the perfect end to a day that was otherwise pretty crummy :-)
Hey, I'm getting a vision...

I predict that some guys over at the RMPRS are going to single you out of the crowd... something about Hot Crazy yarn socks...

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