Her name is Jasiri, by the way. She's awesome. Here's a pic. Thanks to all who voted.
So...at this point...I could knit a scarf, a long scarf or a wide scarf. Tonight I made a mini scarf.
Also, the more experienced knitters in the main room greeted a new member with the question - Do you have cats? Where a positive answer to that question was met with smiles, laughs and further debate on different cat foods.
And after I had waded into the yarn weaving world, I got do drive on the upper deck of the crosstown. It is just so cool driving up above the city and seeing the city layout and the thousands of little lights.
I get home to a chihuahua who was VERY happy to see me. The others were happy to see me but she was VERY happy. Here - take a look.
I walked from the room and when I came back Duncan had stolen her treat. I was going to intervene until I watched her walk over and take Duncan's much larger rawhide while he was eating hers. It felt like justice, so I let it slide. And, when Duncan finished hers and went to look for his, it was quite funny to see his realization of what had happened. I let her chew on it for a bit before taking it from her. (She'll get to work more on it later.)
Pets make our lives better (Adopt!)
Knitting is fairly simple to learn.
Sunrises and sunsets are awesome.
Baby rhinos are just as awesome.
Kai Ryssdal tweeted back at me!
I tweeted - @kairyssdal @marketplaceapm Was listening to podcast of TAL [This American Life] when I realized it was just after 6, switched to NPR immediately. #loveyouguys
*to which he responded - Love you too. RT @artandrhinos: @MarketplaceAPM Was listening to podcast of TAL, realized it was just after 6, switched to NPR. #loveyouguys
Woot and squee!
Gods, I am geeking out over National Public Radio. Yes, I am a hippie and a geek and I love it. Night all! Thank you for reading my humble little blog and may you have a wondrous day.