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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Anything But the Vine Lace Cardi (but I did finish the second sleeve, if you're interested)

Last night I was able to work on the Green Moss Shawl again. I got a whopping 12 rows done on it, but if I'm doing the math right, I only have 58 more rows to go! This is working up pretty quickly, but it's also big enough that it just looks like an apricot blob. I think that AI might be the best ever TV show for knitting, you can glance up occasionally, but there are plenty of stretches where you can just knit and listen. And if you watched last night you know the truth, Elvis is alive, baby! Also I had no idea that House had an accent (although technically, I guess it's Hugh Laurie that has the accent). There's just SO much to learn on TV!
OK, now that I've crushed my parents dreams of me being invited to join Mensa, let's get to the fun stuff! Ramius graced us with his presence this morning before going to take a nap and he even let me get a few pictures. Above you can see him showing us the eyes of a vampire cat. I actually used to call him Count Pounceula.
This might be one of my all time favorite picture of him - kitty toes! How cute! How tiny! How chocolatey brown! I'll probably be setting this one as my wallpaper later today.
Since it's fun to take pictures of animal parts, (and Finn was laying in my lap making taking pictures very difficult) I give you Doggy Drumstick! This is the left drumstick. Finn is actually so tickly of tummy, that we can get both drumsticks kicking if we rub his tum in the right places. It's hysterical. Our previous dog, Bear, would only kick one side at a time.
Finally, I leave you with, "Woof!"

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Blogger Romi said...

That shawl is *such* a pretty color. Yum!

11:06 AM  
Blogger Opal said...

I've actually missed pictures of Finn and Raimus. Finn looks like he sure has grown a lot! And that shawl really is a pretty colour.

4:21 PM  
Blogger Brenda said...

I'm really looking forward to seeing that shawl off the needles, the color is so pretty!

Ramius is a very handsome Siasmese.

4:51 PM  
Anonymous Judy G. said...

Interesting blog- just found it. I'll be back when I've got time to check out your patterns- I'm a bit of a shawl junkie.

Nice dog- I've got a golden and a sheltie. They do tend to insert themselves, don't they?

7:03 PM  
Anonymous Judy G. said...

Oh, and just for fun, I took the picture of the vampire cat, and using a program called Picasa I was able to fix the redeye (in case you ever need to show pictures of him to superstitious, religious relatives). It's a super easy program and best of all, it's a free download!

7:08 PM  

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