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Thursday, May 07, 2009

A Fireside Chat with Finn

Mommy has a problem.  

She realized that the only thing she has on the needles right now is the Rosebud wrap she showed you yesterday, the spinning she hasn't been working on, and Pattern 15.  She made the decision last week not to show Pattern 15 again until she launches the official pattern (and she can call it by it's real name which is much better than Pattern 15 if you ask me).  

Now I make decisions all the time and then change my mind and I pointed this out to her.  Just yesterday I decided not to eat strange things in the yard, but this morning, it just seemed like a silly decision to make and I really wanted to eat something or other (I'm a dog, I'll try anything once, or twice), so I just changed my mind, right there in the yard and ate it.  I'm OK with that.  I'm not going to beat myself up over it.  I might throw up later, but I'm OK with that too (I'll kind of act embarrassed, but really, it's not like I have to clean it up or anything).

Mommy didn't really understand my argument about changing your mind even though you've made a decision, and to be honest, I'm not really sure she listened to me.  The whole time I was trying to explain this to her, she was prying open my jaws and looking around in my mouth - as if I hadn't already swallowed it!  So, since she's not going to change her mind about showing you Pattern 15 again until it's all finished, she told me I had to blog today.

I hope you enjoyed this discussion, and remember - even though you told yourself  you wouldn't eat anything weird in the yard, doesn't mean you have to stick with that decision - after all, it's like a giant salad bar out there (except there's no bacon bits - we need a bacon bit tree).



Blogger Cozy said...

Finn if you ever find that bacon bit tree I will be soooo tempted to join you in the back yard!

2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Finn: You keep looking for that bacon bit tree and Nimitz will come visit you.

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, a retriever and his/her appetite and tummy! Funny!

9:42 PM  
Blogger Edna said...

Ranger is one year old and grabs everything he can get his mouth on. He routinely carries shoes around the house hoping someone will chase him to take them away. Life is just one big game!

7:04 AM  

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